29 April 2017

EU READ projects

Authors Live (Scotland)

165,000 young people watched Authors Live in 2015/16 – our series of world-class author events produced in partnership with BBC Scotland Learning and broadcast live online. Authors featured have included Michael …...more >

Bookstart affiliate programmes in EURead (United Kingdom)

Bookstart encourages all parents and carers to enjoy books with children from as early an age as possible. Since its pilot in Birmingham, England in 1992, Bookstart has grown into a …...more >

‘The Book – an Addiction for Life’ (Czech Republic)

This non-commercial reading campaign is aimed primarily at the younger generation. Well-known personalities from a wide variety of fields talk of their relation to reading in short video clips with animated …...more >

Education Starts with Reading (Austria)

Reading skills are getting more and more important. Nevertheless, one in five young people in Austria cannot read well. In order to change this and to make children better equipped for …...more >

First Minister’s Reading Challenge (Scotland)

The First Minister’s Reading Challenge is for Primary 4–7 pupils and focuses on reading for pleasure and building reading cultures in schools, homes and communities across Scotland. Launched in 2016 by …...more >

Read, Write, Count (Scotland)

Read, Write, Count is a Scottish Government programme targeted at children in the first 3 years of primary school.  It aims to ensure that families have access to quality books and …...more >

O Mundo – the World in a Library (Belgium)

O Mundo – the World in a Library With O Mundo Stichting Lezen brings a selection of ten children’s books from ten countries (Portugal, Turkey, Poland, Ghana, Italy, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, …...more >

My Daddy reads to me (Germany)

An uncommon piloting project A service for working fathers The project “Mein Papa liest vor!“ (My daddy reads to me) addresses working fathers of children aged from being a baby to …...more >

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