Every year on August 28th, International Read Comics in Public Day encourages the general public to read comic books for all to see.
Every year on July 4th, Alice In Wonderland Day commemorates the date that Lewis Carroll first told his beloved story to Alice Liddell. It’s also a day to learn more about this English writer and how this famous children’s book came about.
However we can encourage a young reader to open a book and discover the world of reading, Children's Book Week encourages you to do it.
Every year on April 23rd, World Book Night brings people from all backgrounds together to celebrate books and reading.
National Open The Magic Day celebrates read alouds, picture books, the of love reading, and students who struggle to find their reading voice.
Every year on January 1st, International Public Domain Day celebrates the lives of authors who died many years ago and their available works in the public domain.
In the classroom, we love books. There's no denying how much books make us happy. National Book Month gives us another opportunity to indulge in all the ways books makes us happy.
National Young Readers Week challenges literacy to grow throughout schools everywhere. Grab a book in the second week of November and get reading!
Words Matter Week during the first full week in March coincides with National Grammar Day. The week aims to stamp out verbal slop and drivel.
Read an E-Book Week during the first full week in March is an opportunity for book lovers and writers alike to share their passion in digital form.