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.
- Books pefect for sharing with older children
- Books with positive images of disability
- Books if your child's just started school
- And many more - just browse below...
Some might say that Michael Morpurgo is the nation's storyteller. A titan of literature, children all over the planet love and devour his books.
The BookTrust President and former Children's Laureate has written quite a few stories - so here are just a few to start reading first. Trust us - you'll end up wanting to read them all...
'We'll be Friends Forever, won't we, Pooh?' asked Piglet.
'Even longer,' Pooh answered.
Can you imagine Pooh without Piglet? Or Frodo without Sam?
Here are some children's books that celebrate the power, fun and wonder of friendship.
After all, we can all do a bit more when we're supported by our friends.
We wanted to celebrate the Roald Dahl centenary by putting a selection of 'wondercrump' books Roald Dahl has written into one perfect list.
Go on an adventure and get caught up in the nostalgia of The Witches ('It doesn't matter who you are or what you look like, so long as somebody loves you'), James and the Giant Peach ('Come right up close to me and I will show you something wonderful') and Matilda ('If you are good life is good').
You've probably read all these books several times already, but you can never get tired of these individual pieces of magic.
To celebrate the release of Oliver Jeffers and Sam Winston's wonderful new book about the power of reading, A Child of Books, on 1 September, we put together this booklist of other fabulous picture books that celebrate the joy of reading and the wonderful places books can take you.
These picture books are perfect for children starting school or nursery. Why not share them together, so you can talk through any fears and anxieties?
They're man's best friend, so we had to dedicate a booklist to them. This booklist features classic reads as well as newer books, all about different dogs and canines. Although there may be a couple of cats thrown into the mix too.
Have a look at our great collection of books featuring dogs for children aged three and older.
To celebrate the new series of BBC's Great British Bake Off, we've sieved together some great baking book recommendations to get you in the foody mood.
With a zest of dragons, a hint of Chris Riddell and garnished with a bit royalty, this booklist is perfect for children aged 4-10 years-old.
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.