Storytime with Libraries NI – Friendly Day

A story can be a powerful tool in communicating with children and delivering an important message in a fun and engaging way. Stories can help children be empathetic, to express emotions, disperse concerns while providing the opportunity for important conversations and questions.

We have chosen books for Good Relations Week that meet publisher requirements and delivers an important message helping children to make friendships and understand acceptance.

Suitable for children 4 – 8 years

Our Lives, Our Journey, Our Culture – Digital Storytelling

Multi-Ethnic Sports and Cultures NI (MSCNI) presents a digital storytelling video of how the organisation brings young people of various community backgrounds together and uses sports as a medium to help unite irrespective of their race, colour, sex or origin.

Sean Lester: Sticking to the Seat

Sean Lester lived through a tumultuous period in the history of Ireland, which shaped his political outlook. His story is one that opens up questions about complex political identities which continue to have an impact today. Addressing issues around co-operation and inclusion, ultimately Lester’s story is a positive one of perseverance and hope. Find out more about Sean Lester by visiting Mid and East Antrim Borough Council’s website following the link below

Book of the Day – Teenage

Check in to our twitter account everyday from 14-21 September for Book of the Day, for adult and teenage audiences. These recommended books are available through Libraries NI exploring themes such as disability, culture diversity, LGBT and racism. @LibNIDigital

Book of the Day – Teenage

Check in to our twitter account everyday from 14-21 September for Book of the Day, for adult and teenage audiences. These recommended books are available through Libraries NI exploring themes such as disability, culture diversity, LGBT and racism. @LibNIDigital

Book of the Day – Teenage

Check in to our twitter account everyday from 14-21 September for Book of the Day, for adult and teenage audiences. These recommended books are available through Libraries NI exploring themes such as disability, culture diversity, LGBT and racism. @LibNIDigital

Book of the Day – Teenage

Check in to our twitter account everyday from 14-21 September for Book of the Day, for adult and teenage audiences. These recommended books are available through Libraries NI exploring themes such as disability, culture diversity, LGBT and racism. @LibNIDigital

Book of the Day – Teenage

Check in to our twitter account everyday from 14-21 September for Book of the Day, for adult and teenage audiences. These recommended books are available through Libraries NI exploring themes such as disability, culture diversity, LGBT and racism. @LibNIDigital

Book of the Day – Teenage

Check in to our twitter account everyday from 14-21 September for Book of the Day, for adult and teenage audiences. These recommended books are available through Libraries NI exploring themes such as disability, culture diversity, LGBT and racism. @LibNIDigital