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15 August 2019

Tell us your Quick Reads story

As Quick Reads prepares for re-launch in early 2020, we are looking for people who have been inspired in their lives by the programme. Download this poster to share in your library or organisation so we can tell the stories...

19 January 2019

World Book Night 2019 general poster (PDF, A3)

Print this poster and stick up on noticeboards, in windows and anywhere else you like to promote World Book Night

19 January 2019

World Book Night 2019 general poster (PDF, A4)

Print this poster and stick up on noticeboards, in windows and anywhere else you like to promote World Book Night

01 January 2019

World Book Night 2019 empty-middle poster (PDF, A3)

You can edit this poster and use it to promote your World Book Night activities; just include details in the middle.

01 January 2019

World Book Night 2019 empty-middle poster (PDF, A4)

You can edit this poster and use it to promote your World Book Night activities; just include details in the middle.

01 January 2019

World Book Night 2019 empty-middle poster (Word, A3)

You can edit this poster and use it to promote your World Book Night activities; just include details in the middle. Please note, images look tinted as they are within the header area so that you can still type into the...

01 January 2019

World Book Night 2019 empty-middle poster (Word, A4)

You can edit this poster and use it to promote your World Book Night activities; just include details in the middle. Please note, images look tinted as they are within the header area so that you can still type into...

27 September 2017

Quick Reads 2018 poster

Use this downloadable poster to promote the brilliant list of Quick Reads titles for 2018.

08 September 2017

Reading Ahead 2017-18 prison advocacy leaflet

Here is a one-pager about Reading Ahead in prisons with endorsements from participants and organisers in prisons for you to use when putting the case for the programme. It’s not intended for use with prisoners themselves.