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Festivity

Our calendar of festive events was enjoyed by all, even though with the timing of Christmas and the late break up of schools we had to pack a LOT into a few days of holiday! 256 more words

Children / Teens

Mary Prince - Britain's First Black Woman Autobiographer

Paddington Library celebrated Black History Month in October with a well-attended event with historian Beverley Duguid, who gave an illustrated talk about Mary Prince… 71 more words

Books

Charlie's Trips at Paddington Library

Local author Jack Felson recently gave a thoughtful and interesting talk about his novel Charlie’s Trips to the Paddington Library Reader’s Group and guests.

The book is a futuristic version of The Wizard of Oz, a dark tale that deals and plays with many of America’s institutions and values such as family, religion, army, marriage and fame.It’s a science-fiction work as well as a comedy, a social satire and a disaster story. 54 more words

Books

Guided walks from Paddington Library

Staff from City Lit have been leading free, well attended local walks for the local community, starting at the library. The most recent walks began at… 99 more words

Paddington Library

This week in The Big Friendly Read

The heatwave seems to have left us (for the time being at least) – but don’t worry, even if the weather is rubbish we have lots to entertain younger customers in our libraries! 85 more words

Children

Mohini Kent at Paddington Library

Last week, author Mohini Kent visited the Paddington Library readers’ group (plus guests) to talk about her recently published novel Black Taj.

The novel is set in India in 1993 and is about a Hindu woman’s relationship with a Muslim man. 49 more words

Books

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Westminster has not one but three debating clubs within easy reach; the… 178 more words

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