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Put reading at the heart of your family

One of the best things about reading books is sharing and talking about them with family and friends – and if you have a family member or friend in the Armed Forces then Reading Force is for you! Whether your loved ones are at home or away, all can get involved. So join the fun and sign up to receive your free book and special scrapbook. It’s free and easy – and brings families and friends closer together.

Pre-schools, schools, community groups, HIVEs, Welfare Units, and other organisations can join the fun. Get involved and encourage Service children and families to do Reading Force. Find out how you can receive a free resources pack and set up Reading Force in your setting or group.

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Where are you from?

Where are you from?

Hi! I'm Emma, I'm 27, a Pad Brat and I will be writing a monthly blog about reading and Forces life. To tell you a bit about my background: my Dad was in the Army, he joined the Light Infantry for almost thirteen years before joining The Royal Logistic Corps in...

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Reading Across the World - Miriam Moss

Reading Across the World - Miriam Moss

The Reading Force team asked me if I’d be available to work with forces children at Hornbill School in Brunei in March this year. As a forces child myself, I was delighted to hear more about Reading Force; how it encourages families to read together, talk about books and fill in scrapbooks...

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Need inspiration to choose a new book?

Need inspiration to choose a new book?

Need some inspiration to choose a new book from the library or bookshop? We’ve picked a handful of books we think you’ll love. The Lie Tree, for teens and young adults, is the first children’s book to win the prestigious Costa Book of the Year Award since 2002 – for...

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Extra books for families affected by Syrian air strikes

Extra books for families affected by Syrian air strikes

The vote in favour of air strikes against Syria had an immediate impact on one group of people: those charged with doing the striking. And while our first thoughts may be of aircrews required to carry out what has been voted for, and the wide range of people who support...

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