- Throughout the morning Reading Well authors and their publishers celebrated their titles being selected for the list.
- — Faber Children's (@FaberChildrens)Tue, Apr 12 2016 08:42:29We are so incredibly proud that @AlexiaCasale and the wonderful House of Windows is on this list. #readingwell https://twitter.com/readingagency/status/719800759546679296 …
- — Jessica Kingsley (@JessicaK_JKP)Tue, Apr 12 2016 17:35:08Thrilled that 7 JKP books are on the #ReadingWell for young people list! https://twitter.com/readingagency/status/719800759546679296 …
- — Walker Books (@WalkerBooksUK)Tue, Apr 12 2016 13:27:32
- — Eurospanbookstore (@eurospan)Tue, Apr 12 2016 09:30:05Delighted to see that ‘My Anxious Mind’ is on the new #ReadingWell booklist for young people. Check it out at your local library
- — Vintage Books (@vintagebooks)Tue, Apr 12 2016 12:00:15
- — Little, Brown UK (@LittleBrownUK)Tue, Apr 12 2016 11:01:19We're thrilled to be a part of this brilliant campaign #ReadingWell https://twitter.com/readingagency/status/719800759546679296 …
- The excitement built at the start of the National launch at the Wellcome Trust, with representatives from a huge variety of organisations coming to share in the launch of the Reading Well for young people list.
- Chief Executive of the Reading Agency, Sue Wilkinson and Director of Culture and Society at the Wellcome Trust, Dr Simon Chaplin introduced #ReadingWell
- — LGAculture&sport (@LGAculturesport)Tue, Apr 12 2016 13:08:29Over 90% public libraries already signed up to #readingwell for young people https://readingagency.org.uk/young-people/001-news/reading-well-for-young-people.html …
- — The Reading Agency (@readingagency)Tue, Apr 12 2016 13:11:28
- The Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP highlighted the importance of mental health care being a shared responsibility.
Reading Well for young people launch
Reading Well for young people is the newest scheme run by The Reading Agency and delivered by public libraries. The book list for 13-18 year olds consists of 35 titles covering issues such as anxiety, depression, exam stress and bullying.
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