Do you want to gain new skills and experience that will look great on your CV? Do you want to meet new people? Do you want to help children enjoy reading? Want to give back to your community? By volunteering for the Summer Reading Challenge you’re achieving all these things.
Reading Hackers from Lewisham and Gateshead interview Juno Dawson about Mind Your Head and her latest novel, Margot and Me.
The political system can be confusing and complicated, especially for first-time voters. We’ve put together a short book list all about politics, from a ‘how should I vote’ quiz and a breakdown of party policies to fictional power struggles and chilling dystopias.
The Reading Hack group at Runcorn Library read The Liar’s Handbook last month. They quizzed author Keren David on how she writes about real life.
We’re excited to reveal the cover of Like Other Girls by Claire Hennessy.
We’re excited to announce the Reading Hack Top Ten Volunteer Reads for summer 2017.
For this month’s Popcorn Session, students from St John’s High School in Dundee interviewed Zana Fraillon, author of The Bone Sparrow
We’re looking for six groups of young people (aged 13-24) with a project or idea that will encourage other young people to read more. We’ll give you up to £750 to develop your idea and turn it into a reality.
The Thrillseekers from Wiltshire interviewed Meredith Russo about her poignant and powerful debut novel, If I Was Your Girl.
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