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Last week Reading Hack in Newcastle had the amazing opportunity to meet Old Kingdom author Garth Nix. They wrote up the interview and sent it to us to share.
Summer volunteering is almost over… Here are five ways to make your volunteering experience look great on your CV
We are all as uniquely different as our DNA and yet society and the media can often seem determined to turn us into clones. We’re encouraged to look the same, dress the same and act the same and anyone who embraces their individuality can end up being labelled a ‘freak’.
When I wrote The Moonlight Dreamers I wanted it to be a celebration of daring to be different.
This summer badges mean prizes! Every time you collect a skills badge here on the website, you’ll be entered into a prize draw to win a £20 Amazon voucher.
Are you a member of a reading group? Would your group like to interview authors of the latest YA titles?
Our publisher friends provide the books, we provide the popcorn and you get the chance to interview an author for the website.
Welcome to the Popcorn Sessions! Every month we invite a young people’s reading groups to interview an author of a new young adult fiction title. This month Books and Biscuits from Hove in East Sussex interviewed Amber Lee Dodd.
We are pleased to tell you about a local projects fund for Reading Hack. This fund is to support Reading Hackers who want to run local projects which inspire their peers to take part in reading and writing activities in their communities. This might include workshops or artist events but we are also open to your ideas!
You may not have heard already, but volunteers of the Summer Reading Challenge can count their hours towards achieving the volunteering section of their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award!
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