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!
Book blogging is a fun way to connect with book lovers all over the world. The Reading Hack Team has come up with a list of our favourite young book bloggers.
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.
A few months ago, we ran a competition with comic artist Claude TC. He asked you guys to create a comic panel in response to something you’d read.
World Book Night is an annual celebration of reading and books that takes place on 23 April. Check out the books on the booklist that are aimed at young adults.
Hi, my name is Octavia and I am a Reading Hack Youth Advisor. I love reading and enjoy a range of books but recently have been transfixed by a number of books by the same author. I want to tell you about four amazing novels and hopefully encourage you to give them a try and discover this great writer.
Sarah Bannan’s debut novel Weightless is a haunting coming-of-age story for the digital generation. Sarah challenged Reading Hackers to hack the title of her book…
You can use lots of Reading Hack activities and volunteering hacks towards getting an Arts Award.
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