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World Book Day in Wales

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BBC Wales Arts BBC Wales Arts | 10:32 UK time, Thursday, 4 March 2010

Today marks World Book Day, the biggest annual celebration of books and reading in the UK and Ireland.

World Book Day in Wales is facilitated by the Welsh Books Council, who have organised Give a Book Week in which the people of Wales are encouraged to give a book to family, friends or colleagues to share the enjoyment of reading. The campaign is fronted by Wales Today and X-Ray presenter Lucy Owen.

Lucy Owen and Rhodri Owen, who are participating in Give a Book Week

(Photograph of Lucy Owen and Rhodri Owen, who are participating in Give a Book Week)

Give a Book Week runs until Saturday 6 March, so you've still got time to take part. What book would you recommend to your friends to read, or what have you read recently that's inspired you?


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