Skip navigation to main content

World Read Aloud Day 2014: The countdown is on

Written by Lisa Spurgin, 21st February 2014

There's less than two weeks to go until World Read Aloud Day, the worldwide celebration of reading aloud headed by LitWorld. The Reader Organisation is proud to be taking part as a WRADvocate Partner of World Read Aloud Day 2014, and we're counting down to the big day by showcasing a selection of people who love to read aloud.

You can be a part of our World Read Aloud Day celebrations by filming yourself reading something you love aloud and sending it to us to show the world your passion for reading. It's easy to do - just make a recording (between 2 and 25 minutes long), save it as a .wav file, include your details and a photo of yourself and send it to us by contacting bethpochin@thereader.org.uk. We'll add you to our online reading hall of fame as we help Liverpool Learning Partnership create a City of Readers.

From today until World Read Aloud Day, we're getting into the read aloud spirit by sharing some of the brilliant read aloud videos we've already gathered online. The first we're sharing here on The Reader Online, but for the rest you'll need to check our Twitter page to get the full reading aloud countdown.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

Literature

Places to Go: A Trip Out on the Lake with Edith Wharton in Summer

Places to Go is a special feature that The Reader is bringing to you in the hope that it may…

Read more
Literature

Live Stream: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1pm you can join us on Facebook live for your bi-weekly dose of literature read…

Read more
Literature

Live Stream: The Sea Shell by William Wordsworth

On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1pm you can  join us on Facebook live for your bi-weekly dose of literature read…

Contact us

Get in touch and be part of the story
You can also speak to us on: 0151 729 2200
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.