Have you found one of our books?

We’ve been giving away books throughout Musselburgh, Wallyford and Whitecraig and we’d be delighted to hear from you if you’ve read one.

Our pop up libraries have been giving children and adults books to take away and share by passing them on to a friend.

Inside the books we have put stickers with the address of this blog; so if you’ve recently been given one of our books (by us or someone else) then please leave a comment and let us know which book, where you found it and what you thought of it.

The books have been donated by the library service, schools and members of the public. You can donate at libraries, at the council service point at the Brunton and at East Lothian Council HQ in Haddington. We really welcome children’s books for all ages and all types. Giving children a choice of what to read is one of the best things for encouraging them to spend time with the printed word.

Thanks to everyone who has donated books, volunteered on our pop up libraries and visited us.

6 thoughts on “Have you found one of our books?”

  1. I received this book called boys’ book how to be the best at everything. It came from the big nature festival tent. I learned how to make a good paper plane .

  2. I got ‘The London Eye Mystery’ at my school Musselburgh Burgh Primary school when they were doing a library and am handing it over today.

  3. My son, who is eight, received the book “The story of football”, by Rob Lloyd Jones, in Musselburgh, at a RSPB venue.
    He has enjoyed it a lot as he is a football lover and he has learnt very interesting aspects of the history of this sport. He also says that the pictures are very funny.
    He will pass it on for his friends, so that they can enjoy it as well.

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