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James Patterson Donates £250,000 To Independent Bookshops

Posted at 11:04AM Wednesday 25 Jun 2014

Best-selling author James Patterson is giving £250,000 to independent bookshops in the UK and Ireland to help boost literacy for young readers.

Independent bookshops with a dedicated children's book section can apply for a grant of between £250 and £5,000.

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