Tag: Hospital School

To celebrate National Storytelling Week, Readathon storyteller Jen Lunn shares the magic of storytelling for children in hospital.

Me – “Can you see what it says on the back of my t-shirt?” Child – “I’m a Readathon Storyteller” Me – “Yeah. The thing is… I’m a bit of a cheat.” Intrigued look from child. Me – “You see, I’m actually a story collector.” I have been pushing my wonderful mobile bookcases of Readathon […]

How storytelling transcends barriers in hospitals by Readathon storyteller, Graham.

Readathon sessions are going from strength to strength at Hull Royal Infirmary. Every six weeks I take my stories and promote Readathon’s wonderful bookcase in Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Hull Royal Infirmary. Recently in Hull, I had a lovely visit with a girl who I’d met at a previous session there; she was back in […]

When Young Ambassador Hannah met author Andy Cope

  What a Readathon Superfan says to her favourite Readathon Author  Ambassador at QMC Nottingham: Welcome to this joint blog, written by me Hannah (yes, the really smiley one in the picture) and me Andy (the older less good looking one) Hannah first. This is all new to me, I have never blogged before, oh […]

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