Boys' Shelf

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How a new age of heroes could help boys read | News | Guardian Unlimited Books

Every secondary school library should have a "boys' bookshelf" stacked with contemporary authors such as Melvyn Burgess and Anthony Horowitz to provide "positive, modern, relevant role models" for boys who are reluctant to read or nervous about being bullied as a "swot", [Alan Johnson, UK government education minister] told a Fabian Society meeting in London.

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