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As Memories Fade
Do you have a story to tell?
In recent years many first hand memories of the World Wars and other significant events of the Twentieth Century have been captured in print and on film. Though extensive, these are only a fraction of the collective memory of the people affected. Most of those involved have now gone, but their memories live on through the people they have told – their families and their friends – but this generation too will pass and with them the wealth of stories they hold on to.
As Memories Fade is a project to collect the stories of a passing generation based on memories and surviving documentation – both in the words of the individual concerned or through the memories of their family. Dramatic, tragic or even humorous incidents and experiences – moments in time - that deserve to be chronicled for future generations.
As Memories Fade will print these stories in a book, or series of books. These can include both short stories and full-length accounts. Inevitably, many of these stories will be based on wartime experiences, but the project extends into other areas of human endeavour.
Go to As Memories Fade If you would like more information.
We believe the book can support the delivery of the National Curriculum Geography across Key Stages 1 to 4, providing learning experiences in the areas of Locational Knowledge, Place Knowledge, Human and Physical Geography and Geographical Skills and Fieldwork.
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Libri Publishing is extending our partner publishing initiative into children’s literature.
Child's Eye will focus on children’s stories from a different perspective. Quirky stories with an edge that deal with a variety of subjects from the child’s viewpoint.
Child's Eye books can also address issues affecting children such as bullying, family difficulties and health. In curriculum terms these titles link in with the area of PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) and can provide the stimulus for valuable conversations.
Child's Eye has to stand out in the very crowded children's literature market so we are looking for new authors who have their own distinctive approach to writing for children. Although our main target is for books that fit with the Child's Eye theme, we will also consider unique works that deal with other topics. The key criterion for selection is quality.