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Literacy Association of Ireland

Cumann Litearthachta na hÉireann

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This bumper edition of the LAI newsletter includes a welcome from our new president, Dr Claire Dunne, informative articles, seasonal picturebook recommendations, festive trivia, and much more!

Léigí libh!

Thank you to all who contributed articles over the past few weeks. 

A special word of thanks to our wonderful editorial team, Dr Sinéad McCauley Lambe and Shane Casey, for their time and effort spent creating our festive LAI Newsletter. 

Wishing all LAI Members and visitors to our website, a happy and peaceful Christmas.

Nollaig Shona daoibh go léir!

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Bain sult as do chuid Gaeilge a úsáid sa bhaile! Cúpla áis dhátheangach do Sheachtain na Gaeilge.

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The Literacy Association of Ireland wish to express sincere condolences to the family of our dear and esteemed colleague Sue Miller. As a member of the LAI Children’s Book Award Jury she gave so willingly of her deep understanding of children’s literature.

We are greatly saddened. We shall miss her wisdom, good humour and friendship.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dílis.

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