National Literacy Trust, Walker Books and Facebook team up with author Anthony Horowitz to inspire reading for pleasure among children leaving primary school.
The second in our series of Reader Stories for Volunteers’ Week comes from John who first found Shared Reading while recovering from addiction.
A group member turned Reader Leader Volunteer shares her powerful story and tells us what Shared Reading has meant for her.
Shared Reading can be a way back to life for many- a group member tells us their story in their own words:
With changes afoot for Shared Reading Knowsley, Helen has all the latest from the project:
Official travel partners on Bear Hunt Chocolate Cake & Bad Things, Arriva North West reveal Bear Hunt buses and a special offer for families.
Discussions on literature and empathy continue to buzz around The Reader HQ following Obama’s sentiments on reading for empathy, our founder and director Jane Davis reflects on how literature can help us connect with others.
This month The Reader features in The Psychologist magazine. CRILS’ Philip Davis discusses Literature in performance, psychology in action.
This week we have a wonderful Reader Story from Reader in Residence Laragh behind our Featured Poem, What if you Slept? by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Read On. Get On. are determined to equip kids with the reading skills they need to succeed. Liverpool City of Readers is on board.