One in six adults struggles to read. The Six Book Challenge improves the chances in life for people who find reading difficult by building their reading confidence and motivation. Because everything changes when we read.
If you're thinking about improving your reading or would like to read more, then the Six Book Challenge is for you.
The Six Book Challenge invites you to pick six reads and record your reading in a diary in order to get a certificate. Print materials and incentives are available for the Six Book Challenge 2015 and many organisations have already launched this autumn.
We are delighted that all three ambassadors - Adele Parks, Andy McNab and Martina Cole - are supporting the scheme again for 2015 and completers will receive a certificate with all three signatures.
There's the chance to enter a national prize draw for completers to win some great prizes each year - a trip to London and ereaders for the runners-up - and organisations can win an author event. Best of all, you can read anything you like - in print or online - and we've got a website for participants so you can share your thoughts about what you read.
Six Book Challenge facts
At least 40,000 people have taken part in 2014.
Libraries, colleges, workplaces and prisons across the UK run the scheme.
The Six Book Challenge helps get people into reading for pleasure, often for the first time.
One in six adults struggles to read. The Six Book Challenge builds people’s reading confidence and literacy skills, improving their life chances. While Reading Groups for Everyone celebrates all the good things that happen when people come together to share reading and Reading Well supports people's health and wellbeing. Because everything changes when we read.