Here are some links on reading for you, whether you read in the bathtub or not.
1. 103 Things To Do Before, During and After Reading, a list of classroom activities for teachers from Reading Rockets
2. Shelf Conscious from The Paris Review. An interesting look at how bookshelves have changed over history.
3. How can parents help young children to read without making them switch off? Schools are passing their anxiety on to parents. The best thing you can do is support the idea of reading for pleasure, from The Guardian
4. 10 Reasons Non-readers Don’t Read – and how to change their minds, from Scholastic
5. How Tech Is Making Us More Aware of the Ways We Read from The Atlantic
6. Why Writers Need To Read from Jeff Goins
7. Why Boredom Is No Excuse: Boredom is a completely natural reaction to a book, a movie, any piece of art. But boredom is not the same thing as failing to understand or appreciate a book. Boredom has become a justification in and of itself. This book was boring. Oh, okay. End of discussion. This will not suffice, from Lit Reactor. So, is it really worth persevering with boring books?
8. Unpro’s Guide To Comfort Reading, from Persephone Magazine
9. Reading A Book More Than Once Has Mental Health Benefits, from The Mary Sue. Do you read books more than once? As much as I’d like to, my to-be-read pile is way too high!
10. The Wonderful And Terrible Habit Of Buying Too Many Books, from Publishers Weekly
11. How To Get Kids To Read? Give them banned books, from FastCoexist
12. A Guide To Literary Tumblr Blogs, collected by The Millions
13. What Good Readers Do: Visualise, from In The Trenches
14. Mood Boosting Books, by Nosy Crow
15. Reading For The Rushed, how to read lots and lots of books from Life Hacker
16. How We Will Read In The Future from Craig Mod
17. A Slow Books Manifesto from The Atlantic
18. Mo Willems’ Secrets For Raising A Reader from Scholastic