100 best books
Lochgilphead on way back from Jura - found this lovely bookshop advertising the 100 best books that teachers recommend children should have read before leaving primary school. https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-news/100-fiction-books-all-children-should-read-leaving-primary-school-%E2%80%93 How did you fare?
Nothing is Lost
Went to see the results of an artists residency by the trio - Alison Irvine (writer) Chris Leslie (photographer) and Mitch Miller (illustrator) http://www.nothingislost.co.uk/ Especially interested in Mitch's 'dialectograms': A different non-linear way of sharing ideas........will investigate further....
Island odyssey to Jura
The book I took to Jura with our bikes was 'Taking a Line for a Write: Inspiring Writing in Art and Design' by Pat Francis but couldn't find a moment to read it - too distracted by rainbows, dragonflies, wild flowers, diving sea birds - and skies ..... And inside the Parish Church, a sweet notice...... And on the gallery overlooking the congregation, a selection of books..... And it made me think about how all the ideas embedded in those stories have circulated the island an