National read a book day
Avery Danielss Blog - National Read a Book Day - September 04, 2018 14:26
How charities are celebrating all things literary on Twitter for National Read a Book Day
What better way to start the school year than celebrating with National Read a Book Day ? On September 6th, people everywhere crack open books to read independently, in groups, out loud or quietly. The Princess and the Pit Stop. This book is perfect for reading aloud and encouraging your students to read along. The Cat in the Hat. This is a classic Dr.
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In the UK, the literacy theme is being carried over to social media. Today Friday 6th is National Read a Book Day, with charities, companies, schools, bloggers and book lovers of all stripes sharing their love of reading under the hashtag NationalReadABookDay on Twitter. As we have shown in our recent article , awareness days like these are a great opportunity for charities to jump on a trend and be seen. Organisations like libraries, councils, universities and more are getting involved to highlight their fabulous books on offer…. What book would you recommend to others?
While these bookish days may seem similar, National Read a Book Day invites us ALL to grab a book we might enjoy and spend the day reading. Share the experience! Read aloud either to children or to grandparents. Read to your pets or to your stuffed animals and plants. Reading improves memory and concentration as well as reduces stress.