Here are two more readers making the most of the unusual weather we had this afternoon, taking their books outside in the snow for a read!
One of our readers has taken her book on her travels this Easter holiday. She found herself in some Extreme Reading situations :
- close to sinking , ooozy mud,
- on a WW2 pill box,
- in the marshes,
- from dizzy heights,
- at the top of Swallow Point,
- with the tide coming in !!!!!!
- nearly blown away,
- captured by Pirates !!
She is safely back at home now, enjoying her book at bedtime .
Here she is Extreme Reading – well done!
In the Easter holidays, one if our readers had the opportunity to work a lock in Birmingham. He is sat on the open lock gate and the canal boat is being driven in the lock behind him.
The second photo he is seen exploring a disused railway line which is near the canal, also in Birmingham. What exciting adventures and perfect for taking a book to read!
This weekend Mr Rockey took one of his favourite books, Mr Nosey, on a geocaching trip with his family. With such a beautiful view in the middle of nowhere, this seemed like an ideal opportunity to catch up with a few pages!
Here is a photo of some of our teachers together to get our blog started. They each chose their own book and adopted a less than usual pose to read! Can you read your book in an even more extreme place or way? Send your photo to us with the title of the book and where you are!