Your volunteering experience doesn’t need to come to an end when summer does. Here’s how you can stay involved the rest of the year
Books on the Man Booker longlist often deal with current world events. Inspired by Exit West, we’ve chosen four more books to read based on the refugee experience
Reading Hackers from Accrington Library interviewed Catherine Barter about her debut novel, Troublemakers
Leah is new to Reading Hack, but loved getting involved in a special Spiegel Tent rhymetime event.
Julia Gray, author of The Otherlife, takes us through the songs that mean the most to her characters
You might have been counting down the days until the end of term all year, but now the holidays are here now feel cut off from your friends. It’s not just you: more than half of young people feel lonely and isolated when they’re away from school or college.
The start of a new term can feel intimidating, especially if you’re worried about bullying. Our Reading Well for Young People booklist can help.
We asked author Penny Joelson why Reading Hackers should try her book, I Have No Secrets
We asked Karen M McManus, author of One Of Us Is Lying, to write a guest post about one of the things she found most difficult about the writing process; writing chapters from multiple points of view.
The Reading Hack group at Varndean School interviewed Jason Wallace this week about his new novel, Encounters.
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