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Little Libraries

There are 47 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

375 Brockley Road, London, SE4 2AG United Kingdom
Dixon Road, London, SE14 6NW United Kingdom
WHSmith Lewisham (1.0 miles)
59 Riverdale, Lewisham, London SE13 7EP United Kingdom
New Cross Library (1.0 miles)
283-285 New Cross Road, London, SE14 6AS United Kingdom
Nunhead Library (1.1 miles)
Gordon Road, London, SE15 3RW United Kingdom
The Works Lewisham (1.1 miles)
Unit 24, Lewisham Centre, Lewisham, Kent SE13 7HB United Kingdom
Lewisham Library (1.1 miles)
199-201 Lewisham High Street, Lewisham, London SE13 6LG United Kingdom
Forest Hill, London, London SE23 3HD United Kingdom
98 Lewisham High Street, Lewisham, London, London SE13 5JH United Kingdom
London Road, Forest Hill, London, United Kingdom
WHSmith Catford (1.2 miles)
23 Winslade Way, Catford, London SE6 4JU United Kingdom
Catford Library (1.2 miles)
Laurence House, 1 Catford Road, Catford, London SE6 4RU United Kingdom
Deptford Lounge (1.3 miles)
9 Giffin Street,, Deptford, London SE8 4RJ United Kingdom
4 Brownhill Road, Catford, London SE6 2EJ United Kingdom
Cafe of Good Hope (1.5 miles)
216-218 Hither Green Lane, London, SE13 6RT United Kingdom
Creekside, London, SE8 3DZ United Kingdom
Halcyon Books (1.6 miles)
1 Greenwich South Street, London, England United Kingdom
Review (1.6 miles)
131 Bellenden Rd, London, London SE15 4QY United Kingdom
Greenwich High Road, London, SE10 8NN United Kingdom
Chener Books (1.7 miles)
14-16 Lordship Lane, London, UK SE22 8HN United Kingdom
Peckham Library (1.7 miles)
122 Peckham Hill Street, London, SE15 5JR United Kingdom
34 Old Road, London, SE13 5SY United Kingdom
Fan Museum (1.8 miles)
12 Crooms Hill, Greenwich, SE10 8ER United Kingdom
Grove Vale Library (1.8 miles)
25-27 Grove Vale, London, SE22 8EQ United Kingdom
Dulwich Library (1.8 miles)
368 Lordship Lane, London, SE22 8NB United Kingdom

Local events

Jun
27
Christine L. Corton, London Fog: The Biography
Museum of London, Tuesday, June 27 at 2pm
Christine L. Corton, London fog: The Biography

Lecture, “London fog and the Impressionists,” Museum of London (added from Harvard University Press)
Jul
1
The Old Woman From Friuli and BRAT
Deptford Lounge, Saturday, July 1 at 11am
Reading by actor Carrie Cohen of
The Old Woman From Friuli By Ghillian Potts, Illustrated by Ed Boxall
The Duke looks out from his castle, and everything he can see for miles and miles belongs to him. Everything, except one small strong house, with a small garden, two goats and a beehive. They belong to the old woman from Friuli. The Duke wants that house, but the old woman, she won’t sell. She’s from Friuli, where all the REALLY stubborn people come from.
A short folk tale for everyone from small children to old women, and probably even suitable for sulky dukes.

And for young adults an extract from Brat: The Naming of Brook Storyteller Book One a fantasy novel by Ghillian Potts
On her twelfth birthday Brat’s father disappears. She waits, but he never comes back. When she goes looking she is laughed at, and her belongings stolen. Reduced to begging and determined to find out what has happened to him, she is helped by Gray and Baylock, whom she quickly discovers are outlaws. There is far more to either of them than a brush with the law, and Brat finds that nothing is simple, nowhere is safe, and being reunited with her family must wait, as more pressing tasks fall into her path. (arachnepress)
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Jul
5
Branko Milanovic, Global Inequality: A New Approach for the Age of Globalization
Branko Milanovic, Global Inequality: A New Approach for the Age of Globalization

Presentation on the Evolution of Global Inequality, International Inequalities Institute, London School of Economics (added from Harvard University Press)
Jul
8
The Old Woman From Friuli
Stanmore Library, Saturday, July 8 at 2pm
Reading by Patsy Prince of
The Old Woman from Friuli By Ghillian Potts, Illustrated by Ed Boxall

The Duke looks out from his castle, and everything he can see for miles and miles belongs to him. Everything, except one small strong house, with a small garden, two goats and a beehive. They belong to the old woman from Friuli. The Duke wants that house, but the old woman, she won’t sell. She’s from Friuli, where all the REALLY stubborn people come from.
A short folk tale for everyone from small children to old women, and probably even suitable for sulky dukes. (arachnepress)
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Jul
22
The Old Woman From Friuli and BRAT
Osterley Library, Saturday, July 22 at 2:30pm
Reading by Sarah Feathers of
The Old Woman From Friuli By Ghillian Potts, Illustrated by Ed Boxall
The Duke looks out from his castle, and everything he can see for miles and miles belongs to him. Everything, except one small strong house, with a small garden, two goats and a beehive. They belong to the old woman from Friuli. The Duke wants that house, but the old woman, she won’t sell. She’s from Friuli, where all the REALLY stubborn people come from.
A short folk tale for everyone from small children to old women, and probably even suitable for sulky dukes.

And for Young adults an extract from fantasy novel Brat: The Naming of Brook Storyteller Book One also by Ghillian Potts
On her twelfth birthday Brat’s father disappears. She waits, but he never comes back. When she goes looking she is laughed at, and her belongings stolen. Reduced to begging and determined to find out what has happened to him, she is helped by Gray and Baylock, whom she quickly discovers are outlaws. There is far more to either of them than a brush with the law, and Brat finds that nothing is simple, nowhere is safe, and being reunited with her family must wait, as more pressing tasks fall into her path.

FREE
books available to buy (arachnepress)
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Sep
29
Iris Bohnet, What Works: Gender Equality by Design
St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, Friday, September 29 at 08am
Iris Bohnet, What works: Gender Equality by Design

Speaking at the Financial Times “Women at the Top” Summit (added from Harvard University Press)
Nov
8
Mark Ford, Thomas Hardy: Half a Londoner
London Review Bookshop, Wednesday, November 8 at 7pm
Mark Ford, Thomas Hardy: Half a Londoner

Speaking and signing, London Review Bookshop (added from Harvard University Press)
Nov
24
Richard Baldwin, The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization
Richard Baldwin, The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization

Public lecture, Institute of Global Affairs, London School of Economics and Political Science (added from Harvard University Press)
Dec
2
Matthew Rubery, The Untold Story of the Talking Book
155 Bishopsgate, Saturday, December 2 at unknown time
Matthew Rubery, The Untold Story of the Talking Book

Keynote speaker and panelist at FutureBook 2016 (added from Harvard University Press)
May
16
Catharine A. MacKinnon, Butterfly Politics
Royal Society of Arts (RSA), Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 7pm
Catharine A. MacKinnon, Butterfly Politics

Lecture at the RSA (added from Harvard University Press)
May
25
Lauren Benton and Lisa Ford, Rage for Order: The British Empire and the Origins of International Law, 1800–1850
Lauren Benton and Lisa Ford, Rage for order: The British Empire and the Origins of International Law, 1800–1850

Coauthor Lisa Ford speaking at Queen Mary University of London (added from Harvard University Press)
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