Scribble Issue 3

The Happines Issue

In this issue of Scribble we focused on all things happy and bringing you sunrays of a literary kind. Check out poems by featured writers Helen Clare and Frisko, sample an extract from the new book Homelands: Stories by African People in Rochdale, and delve into

Book artists Hilary Judd and Lucy May Schofield are currently working with groups in Rochdale to make simple but beautiful books by hand. On Page 9 you’ll find How to Make a Book, a brilliant worksheet which will teach you how to create four different book formats to fill with your own words and images. This page acts as a template, but if you don’t want to cut up your Scribble in the process (and so you shouldn’t!) simply grab a piece of A4 paper and follow the step-by-step instructions.

 
 


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