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Places to Go

Places to Go: The Voyage by Katherine Mansfield

London Development Manager at The Reader, Suvi Dogra, reads an extract of The Voyage by Katherine Masfield. The theme for…

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My Inner Anthology

My Inner Anthology: The Dead by Rupert Brooke

Head of Shared Reading Programmes at The Reader, Helen Wilson, shares today's poem The Dead by Rupert Brooke. The theme…

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Live Streams

Live Stream: The Sun Used to Shine by Edward Thomas

In today's live stream we take a look at the poem The Sun Used to Shine by Edward Thomas with…

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Featured Poems

Featured Poem: January by Edith Nesbit

Liverpool Hub Leader Michelle Barrett reads us this week's Featured Poem, January by Edith Nesbit. The theme for our daily…

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Literature

November’s Stories and Poems

November’s selection of stories, extracts and poems have been chosen by Amanda Brown, Head of Developing Shared Reading Communities at…

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Research

Ready and waiting: what the voluntary sector can do for social prescribing in Liverpool

New report calls for healthcare sector to harness VCSE potential to make the most of social prescribing in Liverpool  At the heart of every community, there’s a…

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Places to Go

Places to Go: The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen

Manchester Hub Leader at The Reader Kate Weston takes us on an audio adventure through an extract of Hans Christians…

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Live Streams

Live Stream: Janet’s Repentance by George Eliot

Learning and Quality Leader at The Reader Natalie Kaas-Pontoppidan takes us through an extract from Janet's Repentance (Chapter 17) by…

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Children and Young People

The Storybarn teams up with Walker Books to create outdoor Christmas trail

The Reader Storybarn team is bringing an exciting new story-based adventure to Liverpool’s Calderstones Park this December in collaboration with…

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My Inner Anthology

My Inner Anthology: Looking Up by Ann Stapleton

Frances Macmillan, Publisher of The Reader Magazine, recommends the essay 'Looking Up' by Ann Stapleton from The Reader magazine Issue…

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Trees in Calderstones Park turned orange by Autumn
Important Updates

New national lockdown: changes to our service at Calderstones

“How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world.” William Shakespeare, The…

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Live Streams

Live Stream: My Antonia by Willa Cather

For today's Shared Reading live stream, Learning and Quality Leader at The Reader, Katie Clark, reads an extract from My…

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