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The F Word: Failure' we all know it, we've all seen it, but what have we learned from it? Our good friends over in Children's Books Ireland (CBI) are hosting their 24th annual Children's Books Ireland conference on Saturday 24th–Sunday 25th May, in the Light House Cinema, Smithfield, where they take this very interesting topic and invite guest speakers to reflect on their careers where defeat was snatched from the jaws of victory!

For any of you out there who are not aware, Children's Books Ireland is the national children's book organisation of Ireland and they work diligently to raise awareness of the value of children's books, promoting, celebrating, and supporting books and reading initiatives for young people. This initiative is obviously very close to our hearts here at Imaginosity where we revel in sparking young imaginations. We were delighted to have been wowed by these young bright stars of the future in our (just completed) 2014 'What's the Story?' Competition. A huge success once again, with double the amount of imaginative, crazy and fun-filled entries as last year.

This year's very special CBI conference promises to be a jam packed two-day programme of stimulating and thought provoking discussion and debate which never fails to excite. Its weekend long celebration of the very best in children's books both at home and internationally, hosts a whole array of speakers who have been invited to discuss the numerous and innovative ways in which books and reading can be part of young people's lives every day.

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