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Telegraph Book Club

We’re halfway through the holidays, and if you’re running out of ideas for things to do with your little ones then never fear, I have some great reading recommendations.

These are all wonderful books that should buy you at least half an hour of peace and quiet. And there are more literary themed activities and events on at Grimm & Co in Rotherham. My read of the fortnight is the gothic classic and celebration of sisterly love We Have Always Lived In The Castle.

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Grayson Perry, Comfort Blanket 2014 � The Artist and Victoria Miro, London. Photo Andy Brown.

Northern Lights: Cultural experiences can shape who we become as human beings

Investing in cultural education is investing in our future. There are lots of important things to learn at school and sometimes it feels a real struggle to fit everything in. Understanding our shared history and how we relate to each other is a basic skill like any other; without some knowledge of what shapes us, it’s difficult to find our place in the world.

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Book Club: Literary City: The Sheffield Connection

Book Club: Literary City: The Sheffield Connection

If you’ve been for a wander through the beautiful Winter Garden recently, you might have seen the Sheffield Independent Publishers pop-up shop selling their irresistible titles. The shop will be in residency until 30 July, so there’s still plenty of time to go along and grab yourself a few literary treats.

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Book Club

Book Club

While this heatwave is upon us, nobody wants to be dashing around exerting themselves, do they?

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Book Club

Book Club

There’s a sparkling summer ahead at Grimm & Co, the stunning ‘literary apothecary’ on Rotherham’s high street which aims to inspire children and show them the importance of exercising their imaginations.

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