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A must have for your library...
Chris Paling
Reading Allowed see page 7
True Stories And Curious Incidents From A Provincial Library
Libraries are full of stories. Not all of them in books. Amusing, tragic, surreal and eccentric, Reading Allowed is a fascinating insight into the classic British institution that is our local library which will both enchant and delight. It is the story of the library, its staff, and the fascinating group of people who use the library on a regular basis.
After a career as a BBC radio producer, Chris Paling continues to make documentaries for Radio 4 alongside his work in a small-town library in the south of England. He is married with two children.
“Paling's deftly drawn vignettes are frequently funny, sometimes sad and occasionally troubling... Borrow a copy from your local library, if you still have one.” MAIL ON SUNDAY
“There are many detractors who question whether libraries are still relevant in the digital age. Paling's keenly and kindly observed account of his encounters offers a gentle insight as to why they still are.” THE SUNDAY TIMES
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Forthcoming attractions from our Charnwood series
January 2018
Lee Child No Middle Name
Katie Fforde Denise Mina Danielle Steel
February 2018
Rebecca Done
A Secret Garden The Long Drop
The Mistress
My Husband The Stranger 16th Seduction
Ruth Ware The Lying Game
March 2018
Patricia Cornwell Chaos
Christine Baker Kline A Piece Of The World
James Patterson & Maxine Paetro
Michael Crichton Veronica Henry Vanessa Lafaye
Dragon Teeth The Forever House
At First Light
Please note: Forthcoming titles are subject to change without notice.
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