Libronauts, the Reading Activist group in Warrington got together to share the books that made them happy when they were children.
Why? Because Chatterbooks Week is coming soon and it's all about making reading fun. There will be special events taking place throughout the UK and new Chatterbooks Children's Reading Groups starting up. We've been asking children to vote for the book that makes them feel happy. Children have been busy voting for their favourite and Reading Activists have been sharing the books that made them happy when they were younger.
Jake (12) chose the Spot books by Eric Hill. He said: "I liked the books because when I was young I learned how to say the words in the books and could feel the objects."
Kayleigh (11) chose Goldilocks and the Three Bears. She said: "My favourite part of the book was when the bears found Goldilocks in their home."
The group enjoyed sharing these positive reading memories with each other and will be encouraging the children they know to vote for the book that makes them happy. The winning book will be announced during Chatterbooks Week, 11-18 October.
Why not get your Reading Activist group to share their positive reading memories and talk about the books that made them happy when they were younger?
Don't forget to ask the children you know to vote for the book that makes them feel happy.