29 April 2017

EU READ projects

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 >

National Reading Day 2013 (Germany)

Jubilee and record again: 80,000 readers at 10th National Reading Day More than 80,000 people celebrated the jubilee of the 10th National Reading Day and shared their pleasure in reading (and …...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 >

The Reading Forest (leseskogen) (Norway)

Leseskogen (The reading forest) is a read aloud campaign for pupils in the first and second grade, their parents and their teachers. The pupils use the campaign website leseskogen.no to meet …...more >

The Art of Reading Aloud (Italy)

At the heart of Jukibuz’s quarterly programme inviting children and young people to read is the ‘Art of Reading Aloud’ seminar for 10 to 14-year-olds. Here they learn to read a …...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 >

Everybody Reads (Belgium)

Everybody Reads is an online forum where adult readers can share their best reading experiences and discuss thousands of titles. Through promotion campaigns in railway stations, the Iedereen Leest website and …...more >

Reading Partners (LesepartnerInnen) (Austria)

Based on research by the University of Salzburg, in the school year 2007/2008 the Austrian Buchklub launched a pilot project at 40 Austrian schools, and about 20 partner schools and kindergartens. …...more >

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