Created as part of The Write Book project, The Writer's Book is made up of exclusive writing workshops from six contemporary children's authors
Here is a list of magazines and websites that accept short story submissions. Check their websites for further information on how to submit your stories. Book Trust is not responsible for any external content on these sites.
Short stories for you to download for free. (To download these stories, click on the title and save to your desktop/device).
Each month we will have an exclusive new short story for you to download.
Includes a recommended approach to delivering Booktime and activity ideas to help you and your class get the most out of the programme. We hope that you will find these materials useful in supporting a love of books and reading in your school.
Two-sided handout summarising research evidence for the health and wellbeing benefits of reading with children, as well as presenting Bookstart Corner: a reading programme with proven impacts.
This activity works with this year's Booktime book Open Very Carefully, and can be used to reinforce each phonics set as you progress through the year, or can be a round up activity using a mix of phonics for more able children.
A useful gatefold leaflet to give or send home to parents, with hints and tips for how make reading with their child fun and interesting.
Two-sided flyer summarising the various book packs offered by the Bookstart programme, including universal, targeted and additional needs resources.
Blue Peter Book Awards 2016 - terms and conditions
These are the best children's, teens' and YA books from the past year.
Here is a set of four posters to celebrate Children's Book Week 2015. The posters were illustrated by Children's Laureate Chris Riddell and can be printed in A3 or A4.