26 February 2021
A wonderful world of books is about to open up for Fife’s younger lovers of books.
OnFife Libraries staff are promoting a series of free online events to mark World Book Day on Thursday, 4 March.
Young book fans can dress up for a day of riveting readings, a virtual book hunt and a range of craft activities.
There will also be events for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers – organised as part of a fun Bookbug session.
The day kicks off with a session from football-loving children’s author Danny Scott, who will read from his fun-filled Scotland Stars F.C series.
It continues with an event featuring performance storyteller John Kirk, who brings our favourite fairy tales to life in fresh and imaginative ways.
And there’s a dream finish to cap it all with OnFife’s very own Julia Dyke reading a Facebook Live bedtime story.
Libraries Service Development Officer Sharron Brown says: “It promises be a World Book Day to remember – we’re so looking forward to seeing all our young readers dressing up and joining us for some fun!”
All events are free to view through the OnFife Virtual LibrarYAY page on Facebook.
For further information contact Sheona Small, press officer, 07809 727 989 or email email@example.com
Notes to editors: OnFife is a registered charity and manages and operates theatres, libraries, museums and galleries and cultural partnerships on behalf of Fife Council for people living, working and visiting Fife. Further information can be found at www.onfife.com
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