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Dr Who Stars at Bookshop

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Doctor Who is popular with these ten-year-old boys - but their school is making sure they have the chance to buy a variety of books to read.

Long Sutton County Primary School is running a bookshop for children and parents are encouraged to go along too and help select books with their sons and daughters.

Mr Graeme Keeling, English teacher, started the shop which is open two lunch times during the week and on Friday after school for parents and children, to give them a pride in owning and reading a their own books.

Pictured from left to right in the shop at the school are: Robert Neaverson, Carl Topper, Mr Keeling and Shaun Dring.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1977-10-07). Dr Who Stars at Bookshop. The Spalding Guardian p. 8.
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  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Dr Who Stars at Bookshop." The Spalding Guardian, edition, sec., 1977-10-07
  • Turabian: "Dr Who Stars at Bookshop." The Spalding Guardian, 1977-10-07, section, 8 edition.
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