World Book Night

World Book Night

World Book Night began in 2011 as a unique collaboration between publishers, booksellers, librarians, writers and individual members of the public – all of whom are committed to sharing their love of books and reading with the wider world, improving literacy levels and changing lives through the giving away of specially printed books. In the UK, over half of adults of working age have literacy levels below the level of a good GCSE, whilst 16% are at or below that of an 11 year old. Research has proved that sparking a desire to read can have profound effects on literacy, not to mention employability, social interaction, happiness and well-being.

Poole Hospital celebrates World Book Night 2016

Over 64 books to be gifted to staff across

Poole Hospital

25th April 2016

If you would like us to visit your department through the day then please contact the library on

ext 2101 or email library@poole.nhs.uk

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