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100-mile bike ride for Children's Reading Fund

Waterstones' Sean Farrell decided to cycle 100 miles, stopping off at nine Waterstones stores along the way, in order to raise money for the Children's Reading Fund.

How to think about writing the future: Updating witches

Emma Fischel, author of Witchworld, blogs about this amazing book which sees witches ditching the cauldrons, broomsticks and wands in favour of more modern magical technologies!

The Five of Us: 'a gesture of solidarity'

Booktrust Consultant Alexandra Strick talks to Sir Quentin Blake about new title The Five of Us and finds out exactly how his original inspiration for an inclusive book eventually became...

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39,000 reception children in Wales receive bilingual Booktime packs as part of the Foundation Phase programme, Pori Drwy Stori

News and blog

  • Adults
  • Teenagers
  • Children

100-mile bike ride for Children's Reading Fund

Waterstones' Sean Farrell decided to cycle 100 miles, stopping off at nine Waterstones stores along the way, in order to raise money for the Children's Reading Fund.

How to think about writing the future: Updating witches

Emma Fischel, author of Witchworld, blogs about this amazing book which sees witches ditching the cauldrons, broomsticks and wands in favour of more modern magical technologies!

The Five of Us: 'a gesture of solidarity'

Booktrust Consultant Alexandra Strick talks to Sir Quentin Blake about new title The Five of Us and finds out exactly how his original inspiration for an inclusive book eventually became...

Stay in touch

I am a...

In 2012 Booktrust launched Read for My School, a competition with over 40,000 books read by Year 5 and 6 pupils, nearly half of these online