Open Book Newsletter – 7 May 2012
OPEN BOOK CAPE TOWN
20 – 24 September 2012
Parkhurst Primary gets books and a printer!
Dr Fillis (principal of the school) and Hayley-Ann Powell (librarian) were delighted to receive a brand new printer for the library as well as the first batch of books. The printer came courtesy of Coricraft and will enable Hayley-Ann to print labels for the books. Huge thanks to them for their generosity as well as to Pan Macmillan and Book Promotions for their donations of books! To see more photographs, please visit our facebook page.
Dr Fillis and Hayley-Ann Powell receive books and a printer
The festival later this year is looking increasingly exciting – more news in the near future about a wealth of Francophone authors who will be joining us! This is thanks to our ongoing partnership with the French Institute and Etonnants Voyageurs, a literary festival which takes place around the world as well as in France.
In other news, we are delighted to announce that Absa Bank has come on board as one of the sponsors of Open Book.
If you would like further details about Open Book 2012, please contact Frankie (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Open Book Team
Open Book is organised in partnership with The French Institute, The British Council, PEN, Equal Education, The District 6 Museum, The Gordon Institute of Creative and Performing Arts, The Townhouse Hotel, The Fugard Theatre and The Cape Times and sponsored by Absa Bank, Penguin Books, Pan Macmillan, Random House Struik, NB Publishers and Oxford University Press.