Reader Fever: Halloween Edition
From Anna Fleming, Get Into Reading Project Worker
Fancy a fright this Halloween? The new issue of Reader Fever, The Reader Organisation’s Young People’s magazine, is out now! It’s a special spooky issue, packed with things to give you the shivvvvers... (Except perhaps the caption competition, which broaches into the realms of horror).
Our talented young readers have contributed some spook-tacular material, including stories, poetry and pictures.
Reader Fever’s resident comedian, Patrick Fisher, sends his wit all the way from chilly Glasgow, giving him a whole new, sharper edge. Lynn Elsdon recommends some fang-tastic scary stories.
So download it now, print it out (the pages are in printer friendly order: you can staple them together to make a booklet), pass it on, share it with any young (or old) thrill seekers you know!
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