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Published 1st Mar 2011

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Middlesbrough libraries and mima are celebrating World Book Night on Saturday, March 5.

Christine Fieldhouse will talk about her book ‘Why do Monsters Come Out at Night’ and will deliver a writing workshop at 3pm in the Reference Library, which is upstairs in the Central Library.

Then at mima from 6pm to 8pm there will be poetry, music, free books and the cafe and bar will be open serving refreshments. Both events are free and there is no need to book.

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