28 March 2017

EU READ projects

Lesestart - Three milestones for reading (Germany)

Second stage of the literacy program “Lesestart – Drei Meilensteine für das Lesen” is launched in libraries across Germany “Lesestart”, the nationwide literacy program for children funded by the German Federal …...more >

Ruben Nicolai sets a world record for reading aloud to babies (Netherlands)

Reading aloud to 327 babies simultaneously in the Utrecht Library Utrecht, 26 June 2013 Today a world record was set in the Utrecht Library for reading aloud to babies. The Reading …...more >


World Book Day (Germany)

Following the success of last year’s World Book Day novel (‘Ich schenke dir eine Geschichte’ -‘I Will Make You a Story Gift’), this year an exciting fantasy story has been published …...more >

Sleep to Read (Portugal)

Sleep More helps you to read better: developed by the National Reading Plan and the Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology Center, this project aims to develop reading skills together with healthy sleep …...more >


Reading is Good for Health (Portugal)

Reading is Good for Health involves doctors and nurses working in health centres and paediatric hospitals in reading counselling of families with children from six months to six years. It has …...more >

Book Time (Portugal)

Everyday reading day in classroom work Kindergarten and schools - 1st cycle Every week reading in classroom work Schools – 2nd , 3rd cycles and secondary         The …...more >


Open Borders - Offene Grenzen (Austria)

To show the potential of a borderless and peaceful coexistence in Europe to young people, the Austrian Bookclub, together with its partners, launched the competition “Open Borders” in the school year …...more >

Live Literature (Scotland)

Live Literature brings books to life and inspires readers through live events with professional writers in communities across Scotland. We give more than 700 writers, poets, playwrights, storytellers, illustrators, graphic novelists …...more >


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