As per previous post, Clishmaclaver’s BOTM for April is The Hate U Give. Fancy a wee taster of what’s in store for you if you read this incredible debut by Angie Thomas? Well, you’re in luck! The lovely people at … Continue reading →
The egg-ceptional World Book Day gang have put together an egg-citing newsletter of Easter Break reads for junior and senior pupils. Don’t egg-nore these cracking book recs! You’ll be scrambling to get your hands on them! 😉 Click here for junior … Continue reading →
…You’ll Like Stuck for ideas for what to read next? Read all the books by your favourite author? Or do you simply want to try something new? Browse World Book Day’s lovely booklists for children and young people at all … Continue reading →
Have a listen to these fantastic audio excerpts from popular books like Skellig, How to Train your Dragon and Grandpa’s Great Escape! It’s highly entertaining listening to famous voices – authors, actors, musicians, comedians, etc. – read aloud our favourite … Continue reading →
Organisers say for 1 in 4 children their £1 World Book Day book will be the first book they ever own. This despite overwhelming evidence that book ownership and reading for pleasure improves attainment in learning, and financial success in … Continue reading →
It’s time to go DOODLE CRAZY for this year’s fantastic DESIGN A NATIONAL BOOK TOKEN COMPETITION. The overall winner’s design will be made into a real National Book Token gift card and distributed to bookshops nationwide in time for Christmas. PLUS there are heaps of … Continue reading →
Looking for ideas for how to celebrate World Book Day 2017? Do something booky in school! What is suspense? How do you make people laugh? Famous writers explain their craft in these enlightening videos on World Book Day’s website.
“In 2014 we asked young people and adults nationwide to nominate the books that have rocked their worlds, to help us create our Writes of Passage – the ultimate list of 50 books that will change YOUR life and keep you reading. Enjoy the … Continue reading →