Love to Read: Family Drop in at Manchester Poetry Library
Manchester Poetry Library
18th June 2022
- Accessible Car Parking
- Accessible Toilet
- Age Friendly
- Family Friendly Venue
- Wheelchair Accessible
Children who read for pleasure achieve more in school but, more importantly, as detailed in research from the National Literacy Trust, children and young people who like to read are three times more likely to have better mental health than those who don’t.
Join the Manchester Poetry Library for their first family ‘Love to Read’ session. Whatever your age, whatever your reading ability; come long and enjoy sharing poetry. With multi-lingual storytelling and activities for younger children and drop in discussion groups for teens and young adults, as well as 10,000 poetry books in many language and on many topics, this will be a relaxing and engaging afternoon for the whole family.
Visit Manchester Poetry Library during Manchester Festival of Libraries 2022: Manchester Poetry Library is Manchester’s newest library, and is open to the public. Throughout the festival, they are running 20 minute introductory tours of the library Wednesday to Saturday at 1pm. There will also be a late tour on Wednesday at 6pm (booking is advised). Family activity packs will be available, so do explore the children’s section. The Poetry Library is currently hosting Abigail Reynolds’s Elliptical Reading project as part of the British Art Show 9.