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.
A step-by-step guide to logging your volunteering hours during the summer holidays
Do you want to gain new skills and experience that will look great on your CV? Meet new people and give back to your community? Volunteer in your local library this summer!
Reading Hackers from Lewisham and Gateshead interview Juno Dawson about Mind Your Head and her latest novel, Margot and Me.
Reading Hackers from Rickmansworth Library interviewed Sharon Gosling about FIR, her claustrophobic, atmospheric YA horror.
The Reading Hack group at Runcorn Library read The Liar’s Handbook last month. They quizzed author Keren David on how she writes about real life.
Kidderminster Reading Hackers interview Maggie Harcourt, author of Unconventional, a story about finding yourself, fandom and first love.
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