We asked author Penny Joelson why Reading Hackers should try her book, I Have No Secrets
We asked Karen M McManus, author of One Of Us Is Lying, to write a guest post about one of the things she found most difficult about the writing process; writing chapters from multiple points of view.
We’re excited to announce the Reading Hack Top Ten Volunteer Reads for summer 2017.
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.
We’re excited to reveal the cover of Like Other Girls by Claire Hennessy.
The Page Turners Teen Book Group from Duloch Library interviewed Lucy Saxon late last year, on writing, reading and the perfect amount of pasta…
Christmas gift ideas and reading recommendations from Reading Hackers.
Students at Kings College School in Wimbledon interviewed Sunju Lee, author of Every Falling Star.
The Imaginators from Bolton interview Nat Luurtsema, author of Girl Out of Water.
It’s Banned Books Week! In celebration, here are some of our favourite books that have been banned in schools, bookshops and libraries around the world…
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