Warrington's Reading Hactivists

Posted 30 Nov 2015 by Clancy Mason in Events, Latest Libraries News

Seven young volunteers from Warringon LiveWire attended the national Reading Hack event in London on 17th November.

There were 150 Reading Agency stakeholders and funders present and our volunteers from Warrington presented their reading hack ideas aiming to help change the way young people read. Their ideas included a book character hack, creating an emoji for different stories and creating a soundtrack to your favourite book.

The young people were one of only four groups nationwide chosen to attend the launch event in London.

JadeHarry Potter emoji's

North West Libraries

Librarians in the North West have pioneered partnership working to encourage new readers into libraries. Time To Read is a partnership of librarians engaged in reader development activity in public library authorities in the North West Region. 22 public library authorities in the region currently support Time To Read.

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