How to run a virtual reading group with children and young people

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Are you wondering how your reading group can continue to meet, even while you’re social distancing? With restricted access to public and school libraries many children and families at home are looking for activities to keep children entertained. We know that books are so important to provide comfort, solace and escapism as well as fun.

Virtual reading groups can help children with their confidence through talking about books, and to encourage them to read more widely. In this resource we share some suggestions on how you can still run a regular reading group with the children and young people you work with virtually.

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