Here’s some great ideas we’ve gathered for Hackers who love to mix things up a little.
Here’s some great ideas we’ve gathered for Hackers who love dystopia.
Did you know that some of the Reading Hack activities and volunteering hacks can count towards the volunteering section of your Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE)?
Twenty-five year-old Farah Ahmad lives in London and works as an illustrator and creative at Bold Creative, a BAFTA winning agency, founded to educate, entertain and inspire young minds.
Twenty-four year-old Charlotte Seymour lives in London and works as an assistant literary scout. She studied modern languages at university, with a strong focus on literature, and knew when she left that she wanted to pursue a career that involved books and languages.
Susannah Butter is a journalist at one of the UK’s largest newspapers, the London Evening Standard.
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.
Check out the interview with author James Patterson. Our Reading Hackers found out what he thinks about libraries, world records and how he’s never really grown up.
There is a wealth of great translated fiction out there for young adult readers.Check out our selection of some of the most popular young adult books in translation.
Here’s how to make your own video blog that shares your ideas on how to #HackReading.
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