The third edition of the campaign Small Book – Big Person (Poland)

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This September, the third edition of the Polish Book Institute’s campaign “Small Book – Big Person” was launched. As part of the campaign, every preschooler who comes to the library with their parent will receive an extraordinary book First Readings Read More …

Words Matter (Finland)

One of our literacy and reading campaigns encourages vocational school students to read. Sanat haltuun (‘Words matter!’) campaign is funded by UPM and implemented by the Finnish Reading Centre. The aim of the campaign is to find hands-on solutions to Read More …

Read Aloud (Finland)

The aim of this campaign is to encourage the parents of small children to read aloud to them. The campaign informs parents how reading aloud helps children to develop. Listening to regular read-aloud stories boosts children’s vocabulary, supports their emotional Read More …

Football Meets Culture (Germany)

With the combination of football training and remedial teaching as well as cultural events the project provides an opportunity for better social and communicative behaviour in a team, and arouses interest in education and culture among young people from educationally Read More …

Volunteer Readers (Germany)

Combining STEM and Language What happens during a volcanic eruption? Why does a tiny rock sink, but a huge ship float? Many technical or scientific phenomena can be explained or described by exciting stories that are fun for kids and Read More …

Rhythm and Rhyme Database (Switzerland)

Nursery rhymes and songs are a wonderful way to experience the joy of language and rhythm from an early age. They form the basis for a healthy language development and the enjoyment of reading and learning later on. The “Rhythm Read More …

What’s Your Story? (Scotland)

What’s Your Story? gives free creative writing support to all 13–19-year-old writers and illustrators in Scotland. We champion, showcase and encourage teen creative efforts in literature, whatever form these efforts take. What’s Your Story? is run by Scottish Book Trust 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 …