1998 National year of reading in Wales getting ready = 1998 Blwyddyn darllen genedlaethol yng Nghymru : paratoi. by Great Britain, Welsh Office.

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Published by Welsh Office in Cardiff .

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Printed tete-beche in English and Welsh.

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SeriesBuilding excellent Schools together = -- adeiladu ysgolion ardderchog gyda"n gilydd, Building excellent Schools together
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Pagination paperback (22p.)
Number of Pages22
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This paper provides a personal insight into the National Year of Reading (NYR) in the UK, which took place from September ‐ August The National Year of Reading was aimed at the whole community in the UK, rather than specifically at by: 4. The Wales Book of the Year is a Welsh literary award given annually to the best Welsh and English language works in the fields of fiction and literary criticism by Welsh or Welsh interest authors.

Established inthe awards are currently administered by Literature Wales, and supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Welsh Government and the Welsh Books CouncilAwarded for: Best Welsh and English language works by.

The Wales Book of the Year Award is an annual prize celebrating outstanding literary talent from Wales across many genres and in both English and Welsh. There are twelve awards in total with a collective prize fund of £14, In both Welsh and English there are four category winners, one People’s Choice winner and one overall winner.

The Continued. Evaluation of the National Year of Reading in Wales. Presents conclusions and recommendations to help inform the future direction and format of activities that have been introduced as part of the Year of Reading.

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Wales Book of the Year was established in and is organised by Literature Wales. Nine writers will this year battle to take the category spoils in both English and Welsh in three categories.

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The shortlists for this year’s English and Welsh language Wales Book of the Year Awards have been announced, reflecting the “incredible breadth” of the country’s literary scene.

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