Past FCBG Chair, Adam Lancaster, named as SLA School Librarian of the Year 2012

Yesterday the immediate past Chair of the Federation of Children’s Book Groups, Adam Lancaster, was named SLA School Librarian of the Year 2012.

At a ceremony in London yesterday, Kevin Crossley-Holland, President of the School Library Association, presented the award to Adam.

Kevin Crossley-Holland, President of the SLA congratulates Adam Lancaster on becoming the SLA School Librarian of the Year 2102 on School Libraries Celebration Day, 1st October at Dexter House London. Photo: Philip Cooper Photography.

Here at the FCBG we’re all tremendously proud of Adam. He’s worked tirelessly for the Federation over the last few years, with great imagination and energy, and we’re delighted his work as a school librarian has been recognised.

For a full press release from the FCBG please click here.

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