Read our themed booklists and discover some of our favourite children's titles.
We've got lots of themed booklists to help you find your next book to read.
- Great picture books for dads to read out loud
- Books with positive images of disability
- What to read if you love Roald Dahl's books
- And many more - just browse below...
The summer holidays are here, which means picnics in the park, getaways to the beach and lazing in the back garden (weather permitting). So we've put together a list of great summer books for your young children.
If you want to soak up the sun with your little one then take one or two of these books out with you. You can have a read in between having lunch and playing on the swings.
Reading can be a wonderful way to explore emotions or tricky situations. If you're a parent or carer with depression, the fiction books below may help your child talk about their feelings and understand what's going on a bit better.
...why not try one of these hilarious books from some of our favourite funny authors?
Relive some of Judith Kerr's classic books.
To honour the BookTrust Lifetime Achievement Award winner we've highlighted some of Judith's best tales.
As well as the classic Mog books and The Tiger That Came to Tea, Judith has had several books published in the last few years.
Reminisce over this list and share these books with your children. There's something for everyone, and usually there's an animal involved somewhere. See how Mister Cleghorn deals with a new pet seal and discover how an elderly woman goes on adventures with her husband after he passes away.
Asylum can be a confusing issue for children (and even adults). To mark Refugee Week (20-26 June 2016), here are some books that explore what it means to have to flee your home and start your life over.
We've got just the books for you - whether you're looking for some Father's Day present inspiration, or you're a dad who wants your child to realise just how great you are!
There's even one for poor grandad, so he doesn't get left out.
It's the Queen's 90th birthday, which is pretty impressive - and she is already our longest-serving monarch.
Children's books are full of varied and colourful portrayals of queens: some wield Evil Powers, while others save the day in interesting ways. Nearly all are characters you'll find hard to forget.
So whether you want to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's reign, powerful female role models, or just simply age and wisdom, take a look at our top fictional queens below.
- Have some fun on the Queen's birthday: learn how to make Queen's Knickers bunting in five easy steps!
It's National Bookstart Week (6-12 June)! Our theme is 'under the sea', and we want everyone to get into the habit of sharing stories, books and rhymes with young children every day.
But older children can join in with the fun, too. Below are our favourite sea-based books - so get ready to dive into an exciting world of mermaids, pirates, selkies and shipwrecks. Fin-tastic!
- Looking for similar reads? Check out these ten books about the seaside
We know that reading with your newborn baby at bedtime can be lots of fun. It's also a special time for snuggling up and sharing a story: it's important bonding time.
However, we think the bedtime story's role in getting your little one to sleep can be the best part of a successful sleepy time routine. If you want to get your little one off to sleep, a soothing, sleepy, soporific story or poem will be a big help. Here are some of our top recommendations for sleepy time reads.
We know that reading with your baby at bedtime can be lots of fun. And it's an opportunity for parents and carers to give outlandish accents and voices a try.
Bedtime stories are the last part of an effective and good bedtime routine for your baby. A story to your child can send your little one off to sleep for longer. Here are some top recommendations for sleepy time reads.