Blog Posts tagged: Readers in Residence

Stones with words printed on them

Five Favourite Story-Based Games

Reading Champion Claire Askew talks about setting up a game club for young people and shares their favourite word and story games.

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Zombie readers in residence

Readers in Residence: Zombie Attack

Storytelling in the Kelpies and the zombie apocalypse - tackling reluctant readers with Reader in Residence Jan Bee Brown.

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Readers in Residence: Big Book Hunt

Find out what happened when one of our Readers in Residence hid 100 free books around West Lothian...

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Readers in Residence: Lone Wolves

Find out more about one Readers in Residence's work in Bo'ness with a class of reluctant readers.

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Renita Boyle and the Jack and Lily Club

Setting Sail: My Life as Reader in Residence

Renita Boyle shares her adventures at Dumfries and Galloway Libraries

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Jane Graham

Jane Graham: Reading Ambassador

Reading Ambassador Jane Graham talks celeb sponsors, gigs and rabble-rousing - at a library.

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Camera against a green screen

Readers in Residence: The Legend of the Coachie Bear

Reader in Residence Alison Irvine has been out and about in the community making films! Read all about her green screen adventure.

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On the road for Book Week Scotland: The Adventures of Bookman

As I am sure you can understand, I, Bookman, was very busy during Book Week Scotland this year. As recently appointed Reader in Residence for North Ayrshire Libraries, Bookman had a lot of work to do spreading the word about the powers of reading, promoting the local library services and helping...

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How a drowned village inspired poetry, and music from Mogwai

Read about a very special poetry competition and download it, backed by an exclusive Mogwai track.

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Readers in residence: reading and identity

Readers in Residence: Reading and Identity

Seven ways that reading helps to create your identity

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