Children’s author Kevin Crossley-Holland opens new library at Burnham Market Primary School
- Credit: Ian Burt
Well-known children's author Kevin Crossley-Holland opened a village school's new library during a celebration of the joys of reading.
The library, at Burnham Market Primary School, has been funded by the donations from the community, parents, staff and from fund-raising events at the school.
Mr Crossley-Holland, who is president of the School Library Association, opened the library and talked about his new book, Storm, which is set on land around the school.
Burnham Market Primary School head teacher, Rachel Stroulger, said: 'This was a wonderful celebration of the reading that goes on in this school on a daily basis.
'We are very grateful to the many supporters of the school who came and who have given so generously to this cause.'
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She added: 'We take part in many reading events each week, including with a band of community volunteers that come and read with children one on one.'
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