23 July 2012
On Wednesday, 11th of July, CAA launched a series of books for secondary schools – Cyfres y Fflam – at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli. Catrin Stevens and Tudur Dylan Jones, two of the series' authors, and Dafydd Jones, the retired Scarlets and Wales rugby player, took part in the event that was attended by year 7 pupils from Ysgol Gyfun Maes yr Yrfa.
13 August 2010
The Centre for Educational Studies recently published an innovative giant floor map of Britain.
19 March 2012
The publishers of Wales came together in Aberystwyth on March 15th to attend a special event in which the Publishing Trade Awards were presented. During the ceremony, the award for children’s bestseller in the Welsh-language books’ section was presented to CAA. The book that got them this award was Patagonia, by Sioned V. Hughes.
10 August 2010
On Friday, the 9th of July, CAA held an open day in their new centre at Gogerddan.
15 July 2011
Catrin Elan, a student from Aberystwyth University’s Welsh Department who came to CAA on work experience, had the opportunity to adapt ten of the little Mole Sisters books to Welsh. They were published a week before she graduated from the University.
15 June 2011
Pwyll ap Siôn and Gareth Bonello launch Composing Contemporary Music at Wales Millennium Centre.
28 August 2014
CAA has published a new French-Welsh dictionary. Le Nouveau Dico will be an asset to anyone wishing to learn French or to broaden their knowledge of the French language.
12 August 2014
To mark the centenary of the outbreak of the Great War, CAA has published the award-winning The Battle of Mametz Wood, 1916 by Robert Phillips as an ebook.
07 May 2014
Exploring the environment was the theme of CAA's activities at the Bedwen Lyfrau annual book festival on Saturday, May 3rd.
11 March 2014
As part of the World Book Day celebrations, the Director was fortunate enough to be guest judge in a fancy dress competition at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig, Aberystwyth.
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