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Young City of Literature Ambassadors

Following the 14 Young Ambassadors as they reflect on and explore what it means to be a UNESCO City of Literature, unearth uplifting stories, attend festivals and events, interview writers and co-produce a city-wide reading campaign to inspire more people to read.

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Meet our Young City of Literature Ambassadors

How To Stop Time
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Jesvita

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Book Thief
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Chelsea

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Half Bad
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Autumn

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Noughts And Crosses
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Mary

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1984
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Joseph

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Hobbit
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Danica

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Book Thief
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Zoe

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Outsiders
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Giorgia

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Swallows
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Emma

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Gene
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Ava

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Wheretheworldends
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Andrew

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Mockingbird
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Amel

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One
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Abigail

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Malala
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Azfreen

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Young Ambassador Book Reviews

Our Ambassadors tell us what they're reading

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Young Ambassadors Book Reviews: Ava Webb on 'The Diceman'

Ava Webb reviews Luke Rhinehart's 'The Dice Man'

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Young Ambassadors' Book Reviews: Amel Elleily on 'The Well of Loneliness'

Amel Elleily on Radclyffe Hall's 'The Well of Loneliness'

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