Theresa May should read Small Island, says Sturgeon

Theresa May should read Small Island, says Sturgeon

In a frenzied political climate marked by division and hostility, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that books are vital to help foster learning, understanding and togetherness, and particularly highlighted the late Andrea Levy’s book Small Island in challenging prejudicial views, saying Prime Minister Theresa May should read the novel.

Speaking at the Scottish Book Trade Conference held on Tuesday 26th February at Surgeons Quarter in Edinburgh, Sturgeon told delegates about the lifelong impact reading has had on her as a person, and the impact it can have on society to ex...

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