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Book Trust gives books to babies, toddlers, primary and secondary school children. We ensure that every child has the opportunity to experience the delight and power of books.

 

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The Write Book: What we've learned

The Write Book project is drawing to a close. As I write the final evaluation of the project, I'm reflecting on the great successes that the four participating primary schools...

New authors confirmed for YALC 2015

New names of authors taking part in this year's Young Adult Literature Convention (YALC) were announced at a seminar at the London Book Fair this week.

Three simple rules to become a better writer

Geoff Rodkey, author of children's books like The Tapper Twins and The Chronicles of Egg, as well as movies like Daddy Day Care and TV shows like Beavis and Butt-head,...

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3,800 secondary schools receive a free School Library Pack of 41 books each year

News and blog

  • Adults
  • Teenagers
  • Children

The Write Book: What we've learned

The Write Book project is drawing to a close. As I write the final evaluation of the project, I'm reflecting on the great successes that the four participating primary schools...

New authors confirmed for YALC 2015

New names of authors taking part in this year's Young Adult Literature Convention (YALC) were announced at a seminar at the London Book Fair this week.

Three simple rules to become a better writer

Geoff Rodkey, author of children's books like The Tapper Twins and The Chronicles of Egg, as well as movies like Daddy Day Care and TV shows like Beavis and Butt-head,...

Stay in touch

I am a...

Booktrust works with over 100,000 disadvantaged children in 1,160 primary schools through The Ant Club each year