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reading group

n
a group of people who meet regularly to discuss a book that they have all read
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This led to the formation of a reading group. This year, the reading group at CCC took part in the NEBA (North East Book Awards).
One of the best ways to keep kids on their toes is by getting them to read, so why not make a reading group? Sounds easier said than done.
"There are lots of live opportunities for people to get involved, so if you love people and love books, and could help us bring a weekly Shared Reading group to places like John Lewis in Liverpool ONE or Anfield Stadium - then we want to hear from you," Davis said.
Shared reading group volunteers A CHARITY is looking for volunteers to help vulnerable people through the use of shared reading.
AUTHOR John Killick is to launch a reading group for younger people with dementia today at the Making Space centre in Huddersfield.
Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTEJ at Monash University took action to address this need by forming a reading group to encourage interested teachers of science from primary and secondary schools to meet regularly to discuss relevant journal articles and Implications for their practice.
Members of the library's Second Wednesday reading group attended the meeting to hear about the proposals.
So she started a book club last year called the Founding Fathers Reading Group and invited a few friends to join.
That is, each of the authors views a particular reading group as a set of interdependencies that build and define a community organized around sociable reading.
Awareness of the established service is being raised ahead of National Reading Group Day which takes place on Saturday June 30.
"It's a novel experience to have one of my books read by a reading group. [Some readers] see science fiction as escapist, frivolous.
* 84% of students enjoyed being part of a reading group