28 March 2017

EU READ projects

Theatre and Reading (Portugal)

Theatre and Reading is a project that celebrates both books and the theatre. It aims to promote reading practices in group and dramatic performances, encouraging creativity, self-confidence, socialisation. The project is …...more >

Bookstart – Babies lieben Bücher / Bookstart – I bebè amano I libri (Italy)

This project to encourage early literacy has been running successfully since 2007. Young parents in the province of South Tyrol (Northern Italy) are given a first package of books and information …...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 >

Book Week Scotland (Scotland)

Book Week Scotland is a week-long celebration of books and reading that takes place in every community in Scotland in November each year. During Book Week, people of all ages and …...more >


Lees mij! (Netherlands)

Lees mij! is designed to tempt young people to read using multimedia. The project consists of a number of short films about literary books, which are emailed as links to children’s …...more >

The tXt Campaign (Norway)

tXt-aksjonen (the tXt Campaign) is the oldest and most extensive reading project for middle school students in Norway. The campaign was set up in 1997, and has become a central part …...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 >

Magazines into schools (Germany)

The reading promotional and media educational project is targeted country-wide at the classes 5 to 12. The initiative counts as one of the most important reading promotion projects in Germany. In …...more >


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