Earlier this year, we asked Reading Hackers across the country to send us their questions for YouTube superstar Zoella. Now we can exclusively reveal her answers!
As part of the Reading Hack does #LoveToRead festival Sita Brahmachari came to Newcastle Upon Tyne to talk to young people about her novel ‘Kite Spirit’ during half term.
This week, Reading Hackers had the opportunity to interview Man Booker judge Jon Day on everything from first jobs to fantasy novels.
We’re putting together a list of mood-boosting books for young people, and we want your recommendations!
The Imaginators from Bolton interview Nat Luurtsema, author of Girl Out of Water.
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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.
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