Share your book face pictures for Suffolk Libraries #bookfacefriday project
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Readers across Suffolk are being encouraged to take part in Book Face Friday as part of the Suffolk Libraries’ Our year of reading campaign.
The craze, which involves people posing for a photo with a book suitably arranged as to look like a continuation of their body, has taken social media by storm, and prompted the #bookfacefriday.
Now, Suffolk readers can join the fun, and backed by the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star, Suffolk Libraries is urging you to share your pictures.
Suffolk Libraries has encouraged people to their pictures as part of the Our year or reading campaign, which helps people get into reading for pleasure through creative opportunities.
Alison Wheeler, chief executive of Suffolk Libraries said: “There is a great deal of activity planned this year which will promote literacy in the county and provide social opportunities for people to come together and celebrate reading.
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“Our campaign is also about celebrating the many other events and projects round the county.
“It doesn’t matter how much you read or what you read – we want people to get involved and share what they enjoy about reading and what it means to them.”
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The best entry will win a special prize, set to be announced over the coming weeks.
To share your pictures, tweet @SuffolkLibrary and @eadt24 using the #bookfacefridaysuffolk.
Alternatively, you can email entries to email@example.com.