We had an amazing time this weekend training up seven wonderful new Reader Leaders! So much fun in fact that I forgot to take a photo of the group.. (We were in a bit of a rush to evacuate the room on Sunday as the...
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Tēnā koutou all Wellington Readers! We are coming to your town offering the amazing opportunity to attend our Read to Lead course. If you want to offer your community meaningful connection through the shared reading magic, join us!  Dates are not yet confirmed but will...
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Our first in house Read to Lead was held in November for seven new Reading Revolution volunteers. It was really exciting to see such a diverse mix of ages genders and cultures all working together to become Reader Leaders. We all felt like we had...
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In January we were lucky enough to be invited by Alyson Baker from Nelson Libraries to train 11 librarians (and one psychiatrist) from Nelson, Tasman and Westland with the 3 day Read to Lead course. We wish to thank the libraries and LIANZA for funding...
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In October… in a galaxy far far away… Danny and I were lucky enough to attend “Train the Trainer” funded by Tracy Martin via the Lottery Minister’s discretionary fund. The Reader Organisation in Liverpool is the rebel alliance of shared reading and Clare is our...
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Reading Revolution at Central City Library The end of August marked two years since the start of the Reading Revolution at Central City Library. The group is a mixture of rough sleepers and the general public. The Reading Revolution provides access to great literature in...
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We are excited to confirm the visits of two AK city councillors to our shared reading groups next week. To support National Volunteering Week, Volunteering Auckland have organised seven councillors to walk in our shoes as volunteers- two of the seven chose The Reading Revolution!...
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Last week three of our Selwyn pānui tahi friends performed in an Auckland Fringe Festival event “An Oldie but a goodie.” This was the conclusion of an Active Arts performance poetry group run at Selwyn Village by the enthusiastic and energetic team of Fiona Mogridge...
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