Speaking Our Own Language

Proud to have been part of the team that brought Shared Reading to Sandwell. I you are interested in this there are two groups, one at Bleakhouse Library on Monday at 10 and the other is at Smethwick Library on Thursday at 10.30

The Reader Online

The Reader Organisation’s  Shared Reading Practitioner Day, ‘Speaking our Own Language’ took place on Saturday in Liverpool Staff and Shared Reading Practitioners who have completed our Read to Lead course came together to develop their practice through a full day of quality literary thinking and doing.We were also joined by author Anna Lawrence Pietroni,who shared the creative process of writing her book Ruby’s Spoon

Charlotte Weber, our Reader-in-Residence at Hope University, shares her experiences:

 

One’s-self I sing, a simple separate person,

Yet utter the word Democratic, the word En-Masse.

Walt Whitman, from ‘Song of Myself’

Standing in the living room at a friends’ engagement party on Saturday night, a group of friends around me stared bemusedly at a name badge on my top that read:

AM: Balance
PM: Pleasure

On being asked to explain myself, I was once again reminded of just what an extraordinary place The…

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About Travelling Coral

I started my blog, Travelling Coral in 2011 to record some of the highlights of the round the world trip I made with my husband Phil. It changed my life and as a result I downsized, decluttered to have a life with less housework more travel. Long term travelling is my goal.

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