July in pictures

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Time for another pictorial trip round the libraries. It rained so much during July that Newington’s younger readers took the entirely sensible option of building themselves a ship. And not just any ship, this was a pirate ship me hearties. Yarr.

Luckily talented cellist Islay Roberts was not forced to walk the plank and was free instead to treat Newington’s more sophisticated landlubbers to a refined evening of musical entertainment.

Transport of a different kind over at Wester Hailes where a fantastic looking contraption formed the stunning centrepiece of the library’s display of steampunk fiction.

Meanwhile Piershill’s youngsters got busy making fabulous finger puppets and there was ‘panda-monium’ (I know, I know) at Colinton.

Morningside entertained some very slimy visitors (rather you than me, girls) and in among its birthday celebrations Leith Library was the venue for a rather wonderful puppet show.

Never stops does it?


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