YouthBOOX moves on

Harrison, Ruth
June 2004
Literacy Today;Jun2004, Issue 39, p14
Introduces the YouthBOOX moving On built on earlier YouthBOOX programs that developed partnership between youth workers and libraries to engage socially excluded young people with reading in Great Britain. Scope and coverage of the program; Role of book buying in the reading ability of youngsters; Benefits of the program for disadvantaged young people in reading.


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