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Berry, Dan
Publisher: Glyndŵr University Research Online
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: graphic novels, reluctant readers, adolescent male readers, library services, partnerships, literacy, basic skills, Art Practice, Contemporary Art
Illustration staff at the North Wales School of Art & Design were approached in November of 2008 by Frances Jones of the North East Wales Schools Library Service to run a series of practical workshops in local schools. The project was funded by the Basic Skills Agency and was designed to encourage reluctant male readers aged 12 - 14 to engage with the library services available and become interested in reading through graphic novels. The project was a partnership between Wrexham, Denbighshire and Flint County Councils, The North Wales Schools Library Service, The Basic Skills Agency and The North Wales School of Art & Design, part of Glyndŵr University.
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