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Children's right to read

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What should I read next?

Need help choosing a book?

Need help choosing a book?

UK Book Trust

Literature Map

Reading program

Villanova Reading Program

setting reading goals

Setting Reading Goals

As a student, it is important to set goals. Goals provide direction and provide a sense of accomplishment once met. Formulating these goals; however, is a skill. We recommend you set reading goals every term and you apply the S.M.A.R.T approach to goal setting.

What reading goals do you have?

  • increase time spent reading a week
  • increase the number of books read a year
  • finish more books
  • read a variety of books

How to read a book you don't want to read

How to read a book you don't want to read