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Reading for Empathy | Empathy Lab Interview

In this mini episode of Love Your Library, we speak to Sarah Mears from Empathy Lab and Libraries Connected. We talk about the amazing work libraries across the country did during the pandemic, and about how reading can boost empathy skills in children.

Find out more about the resources from Libraries Connected below:


Learn more about Empathy Lab’s resources:

You can follow Empathy Lab on Twitter @EmpathyLabUK

Check out the books mentioned in this episode:


If you enjoyed this episode of the podcast, you might like our interviews with The Reading Agency and The Amplify Project. And in case you missed it, check out our interview with Ruth Ware from the previous instalment of the podcast.