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 about friendship
- Books with positive images of disability
- Top 10 new Christmas picture books 2016
And many more - just browse below...
Help put your child in another person’s shoes with these books that inspire compassion: whether that’s towards animals, friends, or people in very different situations to your own.
Not only will you end up caring about about them all, but you’ll also feel grateful for the simple things you have and the people you love.
So share these books as a family, and let’s spread a little kindness in the world…
There's a long history of tigers cropping up in children's books - and they don't only pop round for tea...
Here are some of our favourite 'tiger' books for you to share with your little one, full of fantastic drawings of this iconic creature.
Almost everyone gets bullied at some point in their life - so if this is happening to your child, they are not alone. Here are some books to help older primary school children who may be experiencing bullying or finding it tricky to make friends.
Getting children to love reading isn't necessarily about fiction and fairy tales. There are loads of brilliant non-fiction books that can teach your child about the world, as well as being entertaining, funny and gorgeous to look at. Sometimes non-fiction is also a fantastic way to tempt a reluctant reader into sitting down with a book.
Here are just a few of our favourites to get your family ready and excited to read.
There's a book out there for every child, even the most reluctant of readers. Try a few of the books below to see if they click with your child and help them love reading. There's fiction, non-fiction, rhyme and laugh-out-loud moments! Let us know which one works for your family...
There's something about the diary or journal format in a book that really helps you get under a character's skin. After all, you're privy to their first-person, most innermost thoughts. The relationship between the reader and this character feels so close that it can almost feel like a friendship.
This must be why diary books are at their most powerful when you are a pre-teen or a young teenager: battling through puberty, everyday life, and trying to figure out who you are and want to be.
Below are some of our favourites for capturing the highs, the lows, and the very, very funny bits.
For readers 12+.