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Mischief Makers: children's summer reading challenge 2018
For this year's summer reading challenge we're off to Beanotown, where rumour has it there's a treasure chest full of epic pranks waiting to be discovered.
Pieface, Rubi, JJ, Gnasher and Dennis are on the trail of the hidden treasure, and they're looking for some friends to join in the adventure. Sign up for free at the library and get your very own map of Beanotown. Read six library books, or more, over the holidays to collect special stickers to add to your map. Collect them all to discover where the treasure is hidden and complete the challenge. Visit your library for more information and to sign up. Look out for special events over the holidays to help you complete the challenge, too!
Reading Well for mental health
The new 2018 Reading Well for mental health titles from The Reading Agency and the Society of Chief Librarians were launched in June. Each title offers invaluable support to people with mental health needs and their carers. The booklist, which will help people to understand and manage their mental health, includes titles by bestselling and highly-regarded authors such as Matt Haig; Cathy Rentzenbrink; Sathnam Sanghera; and Ruby Wax. The expert-endorsed reads also include self-help titles. This is one of four Reading Well collections available free from libraries.
MyWorkSearch is a job search and training tool for jobseekers. It provides support for all aspects of looking for and securing a new job, and helps with day to day search activities. You can find out what type of job to look for, find local employers, create a CV, get interview advice, search 100s of job vacancies, and more.
Registration is free, but you'll need to sign up from a library computer first. Once you've registered you will be able to use MyWorkSearch from any computer. There's online advice and free web training available.
Libraries' social media policies
The Libraries’ Twitter and Facebook accounts are managed during office hours on Monday - Friday. Our Cheshire East Libraries Twitter policy (PDF, 76KB) and Cheshire East Libraries Facebook policy (PDF, 79KB) outline what you can expect from CEC Libraries.