The Big Read: World Book Day event at London Muslim Centre, Whitechapel

Tomorrow is World Book Day and there will be a lot of kids reading at London Muslim Centre.

The event is organised by IF Charity, and the aim is to break the Guinness Record for the largest number of people reading in one place. The current record is 3032 kids, and was set in Dubai in 2008.

The book of choice is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and there will be around 5,000 kids taking part – it’s at the London Muslim Centre in Whitechapel this Thursday from 9am to 9pm, and you know what that means afterwards

Find out more on IF Charity’s website

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2 responses to “The Big Read: World Book Day event at London Muslim Centre, Whitechapel

  1. Anisa

    I WENT THERE WITH MY CLASS ( Y6 ORCHARD PRIMARY SCHOOL) AND IM A STUDENT SO I REALLY ENJOYED IT ESPICALLY WHEN WE HAD TO SCREAM STUFF WHEN A MEMBER OF STAFF CAME AND PUT THE MICROPHONE NEXT TO OUR CLASS IT WAS A FANTASTIC EXPERIANCE

  2. Anisa

    I WENT THERE WITH MY CLASS ( Y6 ORCHARD PRIMARY SCHOOL) AND IM A STUDENT SO I REALLY ENJOYED IT ESPICALLY WHEN WE HAD TO SCREAM STUFF WHEN A MEMBER OF STAFF CAME AND PUT THE MICROPHONE NEXT TO OUR CLASS IT WAS A FANTASTIC EXPERIANCE,I MIGHT COME 2 NEXT YEARS ONE

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