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Bunclody Library 2021

Why not start off the new academic year with a visit to your local library? You can also check out some interesting talks such as how to support your son/daughter as they return to school.
Bunclody Library 2021

Back to School

As children settle back into the routine of school, it's a good time to create some good habits and practices. Why not get into the habit of visiting the library with your children on a regular basis. Here in Bunclody Library we regularly receive deliveries of new books. If you or your family are not members you can join the library here or just call in with photo ID and proof of address and we will join you up - It's all FREE!

Summer Stars Reading Adventure 2021

The Summer Stars Reading Adventure for 2021 has now ended and Certificates for all those who participated are now ready for collection at Bunclody Library. Congratulations to all the boys and girls who participated this year. We are delighted that over 200 children signed up for the adventure this summer and we hope that the boys and girls will keep reading and visit the library throughout the year.

A huge thank you to all the children who participated this year.

Don't forget to call in and collect your Certificate.

Lost in Translation Book Club

3rd Wednesday of the month @11.00am

You are invited to register to join this discussion based Book Club on Microsoft Teams– please contact Bunclody Library at 053 9375466 or email bunclodylib@wexfordcoco.ie to book your place, and you will be sent the link with more information on the book being read each month. All books selected will be translated works.

The title we will read on 15th September is Resistance by Julián Fuks

All books are available on borrowbox.
People are welcome to join at any time throughout the duration of the book club.

Back to School Anxiety:
Supporting your child or teenager as they return to school

Presented by Dr Malie Coyne

Available online on all Wexford County Council Public Library Service Facebook pages and Wexford Libraries YouTube channel

Presented by: Dr Malie Coyne, Best-selling author, Clinical Psychologist, Lecturer at NUI Galway, Infant Mental Health Advocate and Mental Health Advisory Panel for A Lust for Life

Worrying and parenting go hand in hand, especially during times of change, and the return to school after summer break can bring simmering anxieties to the surface for children, teenagers and parents alike.

Join us for an online talk with Dr. Malie Coyne, Senior Clinical Psychologist and Author, where she will speak about the anxiety children face in returning to school, and share practical suggestions using her SAFE compassionate approach from her critically acclaimed book 'Love in, Love Out: A compassionate approach to parenting your anxious child'.

Malie will also dedicate time to answering questions. Malie's approach is very down to earth, which stems from her experience as an anxious child, from being an 'at times' struggling parent, and from offering support to many anxious children and parents over the years. It is hoped you'll be left with a sense of reassurance as a parent and some very practical tools to help you and your children.

Background: Wexford County Council Public Library Service works in partnership with CYPSC (Children &Young People’s Services Committee) each year to deliver Parenting Today, an annual programme of free talks for parents and carers throughout Wexford County

Plant Based Diet for Teenagers
Talk with Registered Dietitian Didi De Zwarte

How can I support my teenager in their vegan or vegetarian diet while making sure they are getting all the nutrition they need? In this talk, dietitian Didi De Zwarte will discuss the various plant-based diets around and will cover the key nutrients to consider for a balanced plant-based diet for your teenager.

Available fromThursday 16th September at 8pm on all Wexford Library Facebook pages and on our YouTube channel.

This talk is available as part of our Healthy Ireland at Your Library programme.

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