Girls and Boys in Storyland goes on tour!

An edited version of the successful exhibition will go on tour later this month to other Devon Libraries. If you didn’t see the full version of the exhibition at Exeter Central Library then make sure you try and catch it on its travels to the following locations over the next few months.

From 25th July it will be at The Hayridge, Cullompton, from there it will travel to Totnes Library from 17th August and then on to Seaton Library from 14th September.

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5 responses

  1. I think it was a very good idea and very interesting but a shame it wasn’t there earlier in the year when we was doing that topic in school.

  2. I think it is a brillant idea to have in the libray so if people do a topic on that they will get more of an idea of what the story is about so i deffentley think it is a brilliant idea. Are there going to be any more book displays for us to see? Horrible Histories?

  3. I think this exhibition is rather dashing. It is excellent to see such old but fascinating stories which most I have never come across before. I feel it would be very good if we could have more modern stories which would enthuse more teenagers and other people to acknowledge these amazing exhibitions which the library have so generously shown of to the wonderful public.

  4. This Fascinating exhibition is quite educational in the fact that the books are aged quite a lot however maybe you could try get something to help young people with there exams and tests in school so the youth will grow up with a good way of living and so they aren’t looking for a job at a old age.

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