The Young Critic’s Award (Norway)

Ungdommens kritikerpris (the Young Critics’ Award) is a high school literary award, which was established in 2005. A jury of professional critics nominate eight novels for adults, and seven jury classes are chosen to read and discuss the books within Read 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 for the occasion: ‘Die Jagd nach dem Leuchtkristall” (‘The Read More …

Writers Go to School (Czech Republic)

The Writers Go to School project organises meetings with writers and authors’ readings at selected schools. The project’s principal aim is to address children during their compulsory schooling, when it is possible to engage the interest not only of children Read More …

Reader on the Stage (Czech Republic)

A new project prepared under the umbrella of the Growing with the Book campaign. The aim of the campaign is to guide children to reading and working with text and to enable them to understand and interpret it. The Reader Read More …

Reading Clubs (Germany)

Stiftung Lesen’s Reading Clubs aim to support reading motivation and competence as well as social skills. The 400 Reading Clubs are based in schools, libraries, youth centres and other educational institutions all over Germany. 275 Leseclubs are currently funded by Read More …

Teachers’ Club (Germany)

  The Teachers’ Club supports scholastic multipliers of reading promotion with up-to-date offers, always oriented on the interests and the worlds of pupils. Registered users receive free material on the reading promotion campaigns of Stiftung Lesen and its partners. In addition Read More …

Reading Aloud Week (Voorleesweek)

Reading Aloud Week is an annual event, held each November, to encourage reading to young children, whether at nursery, in the library or at home. The program focuses on children of nursery and pre-school age, yet, the joy of being Read More …

Reading More – aLer+2027 (Portugal)

We are currently experiencing a change in reading attitudes, embodied in new ways of reading and new social and cultural practices of literacy, implying the reader in various collaborative processes of reading and writing, print and digital. In this new Read More …