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Belfast Children's Festival back for 20th year

David Roy
THIS year's Belfast Children's Festival (BCF) will take place between Friday March 9 and Wednesday March 14, bringing more than 110 events to 14 locations across the city.

New year, new reads: 2018's best books previewed

SO, WHAT are we going to be reading in 2018? Well, there's a plethora of big anniversaries, a promise of 'the next Girl On The Train' and, of course, a certain royal wedding on the horizon – all of which will throw up plenty of possibilities.

Three new healthy reads for 2018

JANUARY is, typically, the time to delete Domino's from your speed dial, stop idly scrolling through Instagram and make some solid plans to atone for the unmentionable sins committed during Twixmas – the ambiguous period between Christmas and New Year, when most of us lose all sense of time and calories consumed.

Books for tweenagers: Christmas gift ideas for the over-nines

Knock Back by Pauline Burgess, published by Poolbeg Press Co Down writer and teacher Pauline Burgess is inspired every single day by the children around her, including her 10-year-old daughter Emma and her students at St Malachy's High School in Castlewellan.

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