We’re excited to announce the winners of our Call for Ideas 2018! Six exciting and creative ideas from young people who want to share reading with their community.
“I felt like the biggest theme in the book is about deconstructing ideas of perfection.”
Ellie applied for the Call for Ideas with a project to make reading more accessible to other young people who are blind or visually impaired.
“We used the project fund to by arts and crafts materials, then ran activities to make Yoda stick puppets, personal lightsabers, and lightsaber bookmarks.”
Reading Hackers interview Sophie McKenzie about her new social media mystery, SweetFreak.
Reading Hackers at Highfields School interviewed M.A. Bennett about her debut novel STAGS, a twisting thriller for fans of One of Us Is Lying and Pretty Little Liars.
Last night the winner of the Man Booker 2017 prize was announced as Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders.
Fiona Mozley is the youngest writer on the Man Booker shortlist, and admits she often gets distracted by Facebook, Twitter and fantasy football
Students from Highfields School applied to the Reading Hack Project Fund so that they could run a book-themed ‘Bake Off’ competition in their school.
24-30 September is Banned Books Week. Take a look at our favourite YA books that have been banned in schools and libraries around the world.
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