TEAM KID NORMAL

Between us, Team YCR must have read Kid Normal 3,452* times, so it’s fair to say we know all the characters pretty well. We’ve talked with loads of you about which character wins your affection the most and we even conducted an official poll at the event – and can reveal that the tiny horse […]

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Young City Reads 2017 Fantastic Fizzlbert Finale!

Thank you to everyone who took part in Young City Reads 2017, it’s been a brilliant project with more children joining in with our ‘big read’ than ever before!   There’s been so much love for this year’s book Fizzlebert Stump, The Boy Who Ran Away From The Circus And Joined The Library and what better way to celebrate […]

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Chris Riddell appointed Patron of Young City Reads

We are delighted to announce that author, illustrator and children’s laureate Chris Riddell will be the first patron of Brighton-based reader development project, Young City Reads, a scheme run by the organisation Collected Works CIC and delivered as part of Brighton Festival. Riddell, who lives in the city was appointed as patron to highlight and […]

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Dr Surprise launches Young City Reads 2017!

A few days on and we are still fizzing from our brilliant Young City Reads 2017 launch. Kicking off on World Book Day, we celebrated the beginning of what promises to be our most successful and fun project to date! Things went off with a bang in the morning when we were joined by the one […]

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Young City Reads in Worthing

Wonderful news for the kids of Worthing: four years after the launch in Brighton and Hove, Young City Reads will now give hours of gripping reading and fun to all the kids in the seaside town just 20 mins down the road. Many classes have already joined in and are waiting with trepidation to start the […]

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Street Readers visit Brighton Dome

The members of our wonderful reading group at First Base: Street Readers, had an exclusive tour backstage at Brighton Dome recently. One group member, who is a musician, was very excited to be standing on the same stage that his hero (Jimi Hendrix) once played. David Bowie also played Brighton Dome five times between 1969 and 1973 […]

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