In this week’s browse through the archives we’ve unearthed a beauty by Charlotte Bronte and a lovely piece written by our former colleague Lizzie who chose Life to celebrate a colleague’s success (and half marathon-survival).
From today you might find Jane Austen in your wallet but do you know how far she could take Shared Reading?
Heritage tours, Shared Reading sessions, poetry readings, market stalls, book giveaways, Storybarn sessions, bouncy castle, facepainting and all the seasons in one day at The Reader’s Courtyard Fair!
Our Project Coordinator from the South West, Emma was chosen her name sake for this week’s Read, Jane Austen’s Emma.
We’ve turned to the archives for this week’s Featured Poem and thrust this lesser known poet back into the spotlight, Amy Lowell and her poem The Pike.
An exciting modern twist on Jane Austen’s letters, theatre company LipService bring the author into the digital world with a touring show coming to a North West library near you!
Our latest Read of the Week comes from Associate Director of Operations, Zoe, who has chosen The Diving Bell and the Butterfly by Jean-Dominique Bauby.
Take a guided tour of Calderstones Park and view the architects’ impressions of the refurbished The Mansion House at The Reader’s Courtyard Fair this Saturday, September 9.
We’re harking back to Featured Poem of yore today with a specially selected poem by one of our former colleagues back in 2012, William Wordsworth’s Composed Upon Westminster Bridge.
Our Read of the Week comes recommended by our Reading Resources Intern Drew, who shares her thoughts on Alan Duff’s Once Were Warriors.