World Book Night 23 April

World Book Night

We hope that you enjoyed celebrating World Book Night with us on 23 April. But reading is not just for one day (or night)! Make reading part of your daily routine by having your own #ReadingHour, or set aside some time each day to read. Even 30 minutes of reading a week can have a positive impact on your wellbeing. Find out about the benefits of reading for pleasure.


Discover the World Book Night 2022 booklist!

Find out which books are on the World Book Night 2022 booklist, offering recommendations for everyone, with fiction, non-fiction, Quick Reads and audiobooks for adults and young people aged 16+. Take a look at the booklist and choose your next read.















World Book Night is run by The Reading Agency, a national charity that tackles life’s big challenges through the proven power of reading.

News

A quarter of UK adults keep up their lockdown reading habits

The Reading Agency has found that a quarter (25.56%) of UK adults started reading more during lockdowns and have cont... read more »

A quarter of UK adults keep up their lockdown reading habits

Impact

Suzie's story - Reading for Wellbeing

We spoke to Suzie, a recipient of a World Book Night book from York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation... read more »

Suzie's story - Reading for Wellbeing

Resources

World Book Night Prison Toolkit

Find out how you can celebrate World Book Night in your prison. This guide will help you play your part in this natio... read more »

World Book Night Prison Toolkit