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WEst Africa

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Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2012

IASL Meeting Place as a good forum for school librarians from West Africa to share ideas on librarianship considering the circumstances of the region.

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Comment by Amaonyeanaeze Nneka on January 15, 2012 at 6:10am

That is very interesting, thanks a lot.

Comment by christine chinelo lemeh on January 15, 2012 at 12:21am

Hi Nneka,

Welcome to IASL West Africa region. I'm happy to learn about the fun activities you organise in your school library. We will talk more on how to make NSLA more vibrant.

Comment by Amaonyeanaeze Nneka on December 26, 2011 at 8:04am

In Prime Montessorri School,  in addition to Library month The Pupils come out every wednesday on the assembly ground to present their book reviews. and also reading is fun, they usually enjoy library period.

Comment by christine chinelo lemeh on October 9, 2011 at 7:22am

International School Library Month is here again! For the past three years, my school, Grange School Lagos Nigeria has marked the event. Students made bookmarks, posters, wrote books in groups. We had local authors visit us and we held a parade in favourite book characters.The fun is that winners got rewarded!


The beehive of activities is on again at our school library. I would like to know what you are doing in your school.


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