by Bernie McSwain
APLIS – 1 June 2008

Over the past four years Salisbury Library Services in South Australia has developed an extensive program aimed at encouraging all age groups in the community to read. Salisbury Reads has seven components. Some of these components rely on building relationships. They are complemented by another program Reading @round the Region bringing together nine other local government authorities to focus on readers advisory training and resources. Edited version of a paper presented at the Reading Critical conference, State Library of Victoria 11-12 April 2008.

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