We’re super excited to introduce you to the official Reading Hack instagramer. Eighteen year-old Jay has been part of Reading Hack since it first began and has been involved in a number of activities, from volunteering for the Summer Reading Challenge to interviewing authors about reading.
Congratulations to Gateshead Reading Hack, the first winners of our competition, The Top 10 Random Things. We asked about the top 10 random things you’ve discussed during a Reading Hack group meeting and Gateshead certainly didn’t disappoint.
We are so excited to announce the 2016 Top 10 Volunteer Reads. This collection is for the 10,000 Reading Hack volunteers who will be helping at their local library this summer for The Summer Reading Challenge.
Volunteering (also called social action) involves doing something practical for other people to change their lives, community, or society for the better.
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.
What does your bookcase say about you? Think of a bookcase as being your mind, and treat it with respect and tender loving care. Treat yourself with something to read.
Reading Hackers from Rickmansworth Library interviewed Sharon Gosling about FIR, her claustrophobic, atmospheric YA horror.
Kidderminster Reading Hackers interview Maggie Harcourt, author of Unconventional, a story about finding yourself, fandom and first love.
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.
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