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  • Title: Welcome to the iBbY Ireland Website
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to Content.. Jump to Main Navigation and Login.. Jump to additional Information.. Search, View and Navigation.. Home.. About.. Committee.. Constituents.. Constitution.. Activities.. Publications.. Newsletter.. News Events.. Gallery.. Contact.. Links.. Follow us on.. Welcome to iBbY Ireland.. You have arrived at.. iBbY Ireland's.. online home! We are a non-profit organisation which helps to build bridges to international understanding through.. children's books.. Please have a look around and read about some of our featured publications and activities.. We have a  ...   interested in getting involved with iBbY Ireland, or would just like to find more information, please use the form in the.. contact section.. Happy Reading!.. Additional Information.. News.. Children's Books Ireland Conference Photos.. View photos of Jutta Bauer's entertaining talk.. CBI Annual Conference.. iBby Ireland is delighted that the German.. Big Dates Calendar.. iBbY Ireland Secretariat, CBI.. 17 North Great George's St,Dublin 1.. Phone: (01) 872 74 75 |.. secretary@ibbyireland.. ie.. Copyright 2009 iBbY Ireland.. All rights reserved.. Created by OPUS..

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  • Title: About iBbY Ireland
    Descriptive info: About iBbY Ireland.. What is iBbY Ireland?.. The Ireland Section of the International Board on Books for Young People (iBbY Ireland) is a non-profit organisation, which promotes children's books at an international level.. It endorses all the aims and objectives of the International Parent body, founded in 1953, of people from all over the world who are committed to bringing books and children together.. What is iBbY Ireland's Mission?.. iBbY Ireland's mission is:.. To promote the exchange of relevant expertise and knowledge relating to children's books at a national and international level.. To encourage the development of networks linking Ireland and other countries in the area of children's books.. To act as an information resource in relation to children's books for writers, publishers, arts agencies, librarians, parents/guardians, the teaching professions and other educational interests, designers and illustrators, government and statutory bodies.. How to join iBbY Ireland.. iBbY Ireland is a voluntary body and membership is open to any Organisation  ...   iBbY Ireland's Patron is Mary McAleese, President of Ireland.. iBbY Ireland receives funding from the Arts Council of Ireland (.. www.. artscouncil.. ).. Full details of Committee.. |.. Full details of Member Organisations.. If you are interested in joining iBbY Ireland, please.. What is iBbY?.. The International Board on Books for Young People (iBbY) (.. ibby.. org.. ) is a non-profit organization which represents an international network of people from all over the world who are committed to bringing books and children together.. What is iBbY International's Mission.. iBbY International's mission is:.. to promote international understanding through children's books.. to give children everywhere the opportunity to have access to books with high literary and artistic standards.. to encourage the publication and distribution of quality children's books, especially in developing countries.. to provide support and training for those involved with children and children's literature.. to stimulate research and scholarly works in the field of children's literature.. A Bridge of Children's Books..

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  • Title: iBbY Ireland Committee Members
    Descriptive info: Patron.. iBbY Ireland Current Officers:.. President:.. Patricia Kennon.. e-mail.. patricia.. kennon@froebel.. Secretary:.. Elaina O'Neill.. Treasurer:.. Gillian Colton.. Membership Secretary:.. Joanne O'Loughlin.. Committee Members:.. Gráinne Clear.. Beata Molendowska.. Eliana Valentini..

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  • Title: iBby Ireland Constituent Organisations
    Descriptive info: iBbY Ireland Constituent Organisations.. Founding and Current Members:.. Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland.. Children's Books Ireland/ Leabhair Pháistí Éireann.. Church of Ireland College of Education.. Cork City Library.. Comhar na Múinteoirí Gaeilge.. Dublin City Public Libraries.. Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Libraries.. Froebel College.. An Gúm.. Idirmhalartán Litríocht Éireann / Ireland Literature Exchange.. Irish Copyright Licencing Agency.. Irish National Teachers' Organisation.. Irish Writers' Union.. Kids' Own  ...   Library.. National Library of Ireland.. Poetry Ireland Éigse Éireann.. Publishing Ireland.. Reading Association of Ireland.. School Library Association of Ireland.. St.. Michael's College (Secondary school).. School Library Association (ROI Branch).. Teachers' Union of Ireland.. The Ark, A Cultural Centre for Children.. The Booksellers' Association of the United Kingdom Ireland.. The Children's Press.. The Educational Company of Ireland.. The O'Brien Press.. Wolfhound Press.. Youth Libraries Group..

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  • Title: iBbY Ireland Section Constitution
    Descriptive info: International Board on Books for Young People Ireland Section.. 1.. Title.. The organisation shall be called iBbY Ireland (International Board on Books for Young People).. The organisation serves as the Irish national section of the International Board of Books for Young People (iBbY), an international organisation, founded in 1953, of people from all over the world who are committed to bringing books and children together.. 2.. Aims.. 1.. iBbY Ireland endorses all the aims of the international parent body, as follows:.. To promote international understanding through children's books.. 2.. To give children everywhere the opportunity to have access to books with high literary and artistic standards.. 3.. To encourage the publication and distribution of quality children's books, especially in developing countries.. 4.. To provide support and training for those involved with children and children's literature.. 5.. To stimulate research and scholarly works in the field of children's literature.. In accordance with the above aims, iBbY Ireland's particular mission shall be as follows:.. To act as an information resource in relation to children's books for writers, publishers, arts agencies, designers and illustrators, translators, librarians, parents/guardians, the teaching professions and other educational interests, government and statutory bodies.. To promote information within Ireland concerning children's books from other countries, including those written in languages other than English.. 3.. Membership.. There shall be two categories of membership, institutional membership and individual membership.. Membership shall take effect upon the payment and acceptance of an annual subscription.. Institutional membership shall be open to organisations with aims which are compatible with the aims and mission of iBbY Ireland, and whose main activities are on the island of Ireland.. Each paid-up institutional member shall be entitled to nominate one delegate to vote at general meetings.. Each delegate so nominated shall be eligible to stand for election to the Committee in accordance with the procedures outlined in Section 6.. Individual membership shall be open to any person who has an interest in and is committed to the aims and mission of iBbY Ireland.. Each paid-up individual member shall be eligible to vote at general meetings.. Each paid-up individual member shall be eligible to stand for election to the Committee in accordance with the procedures outlined in Section 6.. 4.. General Meetings.. An Annual General Meeting of iBbY Ireland (hereafter referred to as "the AGM") shall be held each year.. The Secretary shall give not less than four weeks notice of the AGM to all members.. The minutes of the previous AGM shall be read and proposed for adoption at each AGM.. A report on the activities of the past year shall be presented at each AGM.. A detailed financial report shall be presented at each AGM.. 6.. Notice of motions for inclusion on the AGM Agenda (other than motions to amend the constitution which are dealt with at 9.. 2) shall be submitted to the Secretary not later than one week before the meeting date.. 7.. Any motion put to a general meeting shall be decided on a show of hands of those present who are eligible to vote.. 8.. In the case of an equality of votes, the President shall be entitled to a casting vote in addition to his/her vote as a member or delegate.. 9.. Elections to the Committee of iBbY Ireland (hereafter referred to as "the Committee") shall take place at the AGM in accordance with the procedures outlined in Section 6 below.. 10.. An Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) may be called by the Committee, or by a written request signed by at least ten members, stating the purpose of the proposed meeting.. 11.. At least three weeks notice of an EGM shall be given to all members.. 12.. The quorum for business at any general meeting shall be ten voting members.. 5.. Committee.. The Committee shall be responsible for managing the business of iBbY Ireland.. The total number of Committee members (including officers) shall be no fewer than eight and no more than fifteen.. The Committee shall meet as often as required for the effective administration of the organisation, but shall meet at least eight times per year.. The quorum for meetings of the Committee shall be five members.. Major decisions shall be made by the Committee following the proposal  ...   by approval of the meeting.. 18.. If the total number of candidates as ordinary Committee members, added to the number of officers elected, exceeds twelve, a secret ballot shall be held.. 7.. Co-options.. Between Annual General Meetings the Committee shall have the power to co-opt other persons to the Committee to fill any vacancy which may arise.. The Committee may also make additional co-options to the Committee, provided that the total number of Committee members does not exceed fifteen.. Any person co-opted on to the Committee under 7.. 1 or 7.. 2 above should have an interest in, and be committed to the aims and mission of iBbY Ireland, and should possess knowledge, experience or skills which in the opinion of the Committee will be of benefit to iBbY Ireland.. Any person co-opted on to the Committee who is not already a member of iBbY Ireland, shall as a condition of their membership of the Committee, join the organisation as either an individual member or as a nominee of an institutional member as soon as possible after co-option.. 8.. Finance.. The Treasurer shall open and operate accounts with financial institutions as authorised by the Committee.. Two signatories from among the officers, as may be arranged with financial institutions concerned, shall be required to sign cheques and other financial documents on behalf of the organisation.. Each institutional member and each personal member of iBbY Ireland shall pay an annual membership subscription.. The rates of subscription for institutional members and for individual members shall be determined from time to time by the Committee, subject to ratification by an AGM.. Institutional membership shall include a subscription to iBbY's journal, Bookbird.. In the case of individual members, a subscription to Bookbird shall be an optional extra.. 9.. Financial Support.. Financial support for Committee members wishing to attend the IBBY Congress.. Those receiving funding must be currently serving members of the IBBY Ireland Committee.. In the case of co-opted members, co-option must have been taken place at least six months prior to the AGM preceding the Congress.. Applicants must be fully paid up members of IBBY Ireland.. Applicants must have demonstrated a commitment to IBBY Ireland by virtue of attendance at meetings and by playing an active role in the affairs of IBBY Ireland.. Any Committee member who meets the above criteria may apply for financial support to attend IBBY Congress.. Applications for funding should be submitted by the end of the calendar year prior to IBBY Congress.. Successful applicants must represent IBBY Ireland at Congress by attendance at sessions and meetings and through active networking and participation in any other appropriate ways.. Successful applicants must present the IBBY Ireland Committee with a Congress report upon their return.. While every effort will be made to facilitate some financial support for applicants, there can be no absolute guarantee that any funding will be available.. The final decision on the number of applicants who will be funded, and on the level of funding will be made by three IBBY Ireland officers who are not applying for support.. If several officers are applying, Committee members may be co-opted for the purpose of deciding on the level of support.. The final decision on the number of applicants who will be funded, and on the level of funding will be ratified by the Committee prior to the Annual General Meeting.. Funding is dependent on applicants being re-elected at that Annual General Meeting.. Funding, if allocated, will be provided normally after the Congress and not in advance of the event.. 10.. Amendments to the Constitution.. This Constitution may be amended only by motions carried at an Annual General Meeting by at least a two-thirds majority vote.. Notice of any proposed constitutional amendment must be submitted in writing to the Secretary not later than three weeks before the AGM.. 11.. Winding up.. iBbY Ireland may be wound up only by a resolution to that effect carried by a two-thirds majority at an Extraordinary General Meeting called for that purpose.. On a winding up of the organisation any remaining assets shall be distributed in a manner which will promote the aims of iBbY Ireland.. This Constitution was adopted by a General Meeting of IBBY Ireland on 7.. th.. November 2006..

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  • Title: Activities and Events
    Descriptive info: What are iBbY Ireland's Activities?.. iBbY Ireland organises.. seminars, exhibitions, publications.. and other events relating to.. at a national and international level.. iBbY Ireland acts as an advisory body in relation to children's books at government and other levels.. iBbY Ireland promotes the.. development and diffusion of expertise in new technologies relevant to children's books..

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  • Title: IbbY Ireland Publications
    Descriptive info: iBbY Ireland Publications.. A Bridge of Children's Books.. Jella Lepman.. This book is the remarkable story of Jella Lepman, who, having left Germany to escape the Nazi regime in the 1930s, chose to return in the aftermath of the Second World War as 'Advisor on the Cultural and Educational Needs of Women and Children'.. Read More.. Changing Faces - Changing Places.. Edited by: Susanna Coghlan, Mary Fitzpatrick and Lucy O'Dea.. This is the first guide to multicultural books  ...   Multicultural Books for Young People.. Edited by Liz Morris and Susanna Coghlan.. Cross-Currents is an exciting and innovative guide to the role that books can play in promoting respect for human and cultural diversity.. Book Bird Journal.. Bookbird: A Journal of International Children's Literature (ISSN 0006 7377) is a refereed journal published quarterly by iBbY International.. iBbY Ireland newsletter.. Stay up-to-date with iBbY Ireland latest news and events.. Subscription to our newsletter is free.. Subscribe Now.. Newsletter Archive..

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  • Title: iBby Ireland Newsletter
    Descriptive info: Newsletter vol.. 30 May 2012.. iBbY Info is the e-newsletter of iBbY Ireland, the Irish national section of IBBY, an organisation dedicated to promoting intercultural dialogue through children's literature iBbY Info is the e-newsletter of iBbY Ireland, the Irish national section of IBBY, an organisation dedicated to promoting intercultural dialogue through children's literature.. iBbY Ireland and iBbY News.. iBby Ireland is delighted that the German illustrator and film-maker, Jutta Bauer, will be the organisation's guest speaker, in partnership with the Goethe Institut, at the 2012 CBI Annual Conference over 19th-20th May.. The conference, entitled Weaving a Shared Story, takes place at the National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, and is a weekend-long celebration of the very best in books for young people from home and abroad.. This year's line-up includes Alexis Deacon, the Emberley family, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, Chris Judge, Judi Curtin, Sally Nicholls, Nicola Pierce and Alan Early.. Conference fliers with schedule and attendance fees can be downloaded from:.. http://www.. childrensbooksireland.. ie/conference-and-events/.. Winners of 2012 Hans Christian Andersen Award.. The Hans Christian Andersen Award Jury of the International Board on Books for.. Young People (IBBY), considered the most prestigious in international children's literature, is given biennially by IBBY to a living author and illustrator whose complete works have made lasting contributions to children's literature.. This year's winners, author María Teresa Andruetto from Argentina and illustrator Peter Sís from the Czech Republic, were announced at the Bologna Children's Book Fair.. A full list of candidates can be found at.. Recent Noteworthy Children's Literature Books.. CBI Children's Book of the Year Awards.. The winners of the 2012 CBI Children’s Book of the Year Awards will be announced on the 28th May.. The CBI Book of the Year Awards (formerly the Bistos) are the leading annual children’s book awards in Ireland.. Now in their 22nd year, the awards are made annually by Children’s Books Ireland to authors and illustrators born or resident in Ireland.. To find out more about this year’s shortlisted titles, see,.. ie/the-cbi-awards/shortlist-and-winners-2011/.. Jane Addams Children's Book Awards.. Since 1953, the Jane Addams Children’s Book Award annually acknowledges books published in the U.. S.. during the previous year.. Books commended by the Award address themes of topics that engage children in thinking about peace, justice, world community and/or equality of the sexes and all races.. The Mangrove Tree: Planting Trees to Feed Families.. , written by Susan L.. Roth and Cindy Trumbore, illustrated by Susan L.. Roth, is the winner in the Books for Younger Children Category.. Sylvia Aki.. by Winifred Conkling is the winner in the Books for Older Children category.. Michael L.. Printz Award for Young Adult Literature.. Where Things Come Back.. , written by debut author John Corey Whaley, has won the 2012 Michael L.. Printz Award for Excellence in Young Adult Literature.. The award, first given in 2000, is named for the late Michael L.. Printz, a school librarian known for discovering and promoting quality books for young adults.. The award is administered annually by the US Young Adult Library Services Association and is sponsored by Booklist magazine.. Branford Boase Award 2012 Shortlist.. The Branford Boase Award is given annually to the author of an outstanding debut novel for children.. It also honours the editor of the winning title and highlights the importance of the editor in nurturing new talent.. There are seven books on the shortlist:.. Long Lankin.. by Lindsey Barraclough,.. Being Billy.. by Phil Earle,.. Small Change for Stuart.. by Lissa Evans,.. Everybody Jam.. by Ali Lewis,.. Sky Hawk.. by Gill Lewis,.. A Beautiful Lie.. by Irfan Master and.. My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece.. by Annabel Pitcher.. The winner will be announced in July.. Ezra Jack Keats New Writer and New Illustrator Book Award.. Meg Medina for.. Tía Isa Wants a Car.. has won this year's Ezra Jack Keats Book Award.. This prize has been annually awarded since 1985 to an outstanding new writer and new illustrator of picture books for children (age 9 and under) by the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation, a US non-profit organization founded by the late Keats and dedicated to enhancing the love of reading and learning in all children.. The Book Award was created to acknowledge and encourage budding children’s book authors and illustrators who impart Ezra Jack Keats’ values -- the universal qualities of childhood, a strong and supportive family and the multicultural nature of our world.. English 4-11 Awards for the Best Picture Books of 2011.. The UK English Association announced the winners of the English 4-11 Awards for the Best Picture Books of 2011.. There are four categories in the awards for fiction/non-fiction in two age groups.. The winners are Key Stage 1, fiction:.. I Want My Hat Back.. by Jon Klassen; Key Stage 1, non-fiction:.. Press Here.. by Hervé Tullet; Key Stage 2, fiction:.. It's A Book.. by Lane Smith and Key Stage 2, non-fiction:.. Into the Unknown.. by Stewart Ross, illustrated by Stephen Biesty.. Poetry Teacher's Book of  ...   indigenous and diasporic literatures for children; the impact of colonization and/or Empire on national literatures for children; the oral tradition and/or literary retellings; trends in illustration techniques; prizes for children’s literature; non-fiction publishing for children and teens.. Send 250-word abstracts by 15th May to both editors, Roxanne Harde (rharde@augustana.. ca) and Lydia Kokkola (lydia.. kokkola@utu.. fi).. See Bookbird’s website at.. org/bookbird.. for full submission details.. Growing Up Asian American in Children's Literature.. This edited collection will discuss are what does it mean to be Asian and American? Is there a loss of identity in assimilation? How are Asian American children’s experiences different from other minority groups? Possible article topics may include, but are not limited to: what it means to be Asian and American; race/racism/exoticized and marginalized; immigrant (FOB) vs.. the second/third generation (ABC or Desi); bi-racialism, ethnicity, and hybridity; diaspora, home and homeland, transnationalism; education and stereotypes of the model minority; 9/11; religion in a Christian country: Muslim, Hinduism, Buddhism, etc.. ; poverty/ illegal immigration; bilingualism, translation, and the child interpreter; gender, sexuality.. Send a 600-800 word abstract and a brief CV by 15th May to Ymitri Mathison at yjmathison@pvamu.. edu.. Modernist Cultures: Special Issue on Comics and Modernism.. Papers are invited on any topic relating to comics and modernism.. “Comics” may be taken broadly to refer to newspaper strips, comic books, digital comics or webcomics, graphic novels, manga, or other forms of image/text literatures.. Topics might include: Modernist tendencies in comics auteurs (Alan Moore, Hergé, Robert Crumb, George Herriman, Art Spiegelman, Walt Kelly); comics and spatiality; comics and cinema; comics/comix and the avant-garde; market/print cultures; superheroes and modernism; comics and radicalism; immigrants as comics pioneers; comics and the politics of modernism; Modernist comics/Postmodernist comics.. Send 350-word-abstracts and a short biography to Jack Ayres (jfayres@uark.. edu) by 1st June.. Teaching Literature in English for Young Learners.. The 1st International Conference: Teaching Literature in English for Young Learners, conceived as an academic forum for students, writers, researchers, school teachers and university professors alike, will be held at the Facultat de Magisteri at the Universitat de València (Spain) on the 25th-26th October 2012.. Papers are invited on the following topics: children’s literature in the primary classroom: methodology and practice; promoting cross-cultural understanding, critical thinking and intellectual exploration in children and teenagers; new approaches and inter-disciplinary uses of literature in English; the relevance of literature in the English as a Foreign Language class; teaching and learning literacy skills through literary texts.. Send 300-500 word abstracts by 20th June to teachlit@uv.. es.. Comics, Religion and Politics.. This conference will be held over 4th 5th September 2012 at The Storey Institute, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster.. Papers are invited which address religious and/or political themes in comic strips, comic books, graphic novels, or manga, including topics such as: use of religious imagery and themes; fan culture; political cartoons and cartoonists; Gothic comics; depiction of religious figures or politicians as comic characters; comics and science fiction; comics and propaganda; representation of apocalypse, utopia, dystopia; superheroes and religious, political identity; theoretical approaches to the study of religion, politics in comics.. Send 300-word-abstracts with a short biography by 31st May to Emily Laycock at e.. laycock@lancaster.. Translation and the Arab World.. The journal In Other Words, supported by the British Centre for Literary Translation, will publish a special edition on children's literature in 2013.. The deadline for submission of 4000-word-maximum articles is 1st October.. Style guidelines are provided in the back of each issue of In Other Words.. Further queries should be addressed to the editor at d.. hahn@uea.. The Adventures of Tintin.. Proposed essay topics should creatively engage with the critical, philosophical, and social issues explored in the Tintin universe and intended to appeal to the intelligent lay reader.. Possible topics would include: Tintin and Hergé; Tintin and comic book history; Tintin and detective fiction; Tintin in translation; Censorship of Tintin; Tintin in adaptations; Tintin clubs; Tintin and geography; Treatment of race in Tintin; EcoTintin; Tintin and gender.. Send 400-500-word abstracts and a short biography by 15 May to both Tyler Shores (tyler.. shores@gmail.. com) and Tom Ue (ue_tom@hotmail.. com).. Children and Borders.. This edited collection of essays seeks to explore the relationship between children and borders and to highlight its relevance to debates on space, place, and identity in childhood studies.. Possible topics include: how do children perceive, experience, and narrate borders as they go about their daily lives or in the process of crossing borders? How are the notions of state, territory, and nation conceptualized, resisted and reworked by children who live in border regions or cross borders for short or long periods of time? How do immigrant, refugee or asylum-seeking children who cross international borders understand their necessity and function and how do these understandings reproduce or challenge official, legal, or dominant definitions of borders? Send 400-500-word abstracts and a one-page bio by 30th June to the editors, Miranda Chirstou (Miranda.. christou@ucy.. cy) and Spyros Spyrou (s.. spyrou@euc.. cy)..

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  • Title: News and Events from iBbY Ireland
    Descriptive info: iBbY Ireland News Event Updates.. June 2012.. View photos of.. Jutta Bauer's entertaining talk.. at the 2012 Children's Books Ireland Conference, 19th May.. Mags Walsh, Director of CBI and Jutta Bauer having a laugh at the CBI Conference.. May 2012.. IBBY Announces the Winners of the 2012 Hans Christian Andersen Award.. March 2012.. The Hans Christian Andersen Award Jury of the international Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) has announced that María Teresa Andruetto from Argentina is the winner of the 2012 Hans Christian Andersen Author Award and Peter Sís from the Czech Republic is the winner of the 2012 Hans Christian Andersen Illustrator Award.. The Andersen medals and diplomas will be presented to the winners at the international.. IBBY congress in London.. , United Kingdom on Saturday, 25 August 2012.. 2012 IBBY Honour List.. iBbY Ireland is delighted to announce the three books which will represent Irish children's literature on the 2012 IBBY  ...   of Honour List Books is shown at conferences and fairs around the world and the Book Catalogue is translated into different languages and therefore reaches a wide, diverse audience.. Hans Christian Andersen Shortlist Announced.. The Hans Christian Andersen Award Jury of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) announces the 2012 Shortlist.. Five authors and five illustrators have been selected from 57 candidates submitted by 32 national sections of IBBY for the 2012 Hans Christian Andersen Award.. The award, considered the most prestigious in international children's literature, is given biennially by the International Board on Books for Young People to a living author and illustrator whose complete works have made lasting contributions to children's literature.. The winners will be announced on Monday, March 19th at the Bologna Children's Book Fair.. First.. Prev.. Next.. Last.. News Events Archive.. March, 2012.. November, 2011.. May, 2011.. March, 2011.. November, 2010.. October, 2010.. August, 2010.. June, 2010..

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  • Title: iBbY Gallery
    Descriptive info: iBbY Gallery.. iBbY Ireland Photo Albums.. Events and Activities.. iBbY Zimbabwe.. Photos from some of the events organised by iBbY Ireland events..

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