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BookTrust transforms lives by getting children and families reading
BookTrust is the UK's largest children's reading charity. Each year we reach 3.4 million children across the UK with books, resources and support.What we do
New books we love
We review lots of new books every month, and here's where you can find the ones we liked best of all.
Search our booklists
Looking for the best book for an older child? Take a look at our booklists. We may well have the answer - just see for yourself.
Use the Bookfinder to find the perfect book for you, your family and friends.
Here's how we can help you
Participating Year 7 and 8 students can choose a book to keep from 17 titles, selected by experts.
Use our toolkit to help UK publishers acquire children’s books in translation, and international publishers pitch their books.
Former School Librarian of the Year Lucas Maxwell shares another exciting idea for helping students to read and love books.
Get to know our Writer in Residence
Every six months, BookTrust appoints a new Writer in Residence to give us their own unique perspective on the world of children's books. Find more blogs from our Writer in Residence, Candy Gourlay.
- Heading to the library this weekend? Use our #Bookfinder before you go to search through heaps of reviews by age and theme - it's a simple way to find a super story! https://t.co/8WBL2a0blT Illustration: Fiona Lumbers https://t.co/6pagYwPjIe 32 minutes ago
- Being a princess is way more boring than the fairytales let on - unless you discover a passion for riding bikes, that is! We have five copies of the hilarious Princess BMX to give away: https://t.co/8WuHTtvyvd Ill: Flavia Sorrentino https://t.co/QW5tVYCvQI 1 hour ago
- Why write for children? Because, as @RashmiWriting says, they're 'so curious, so full of wonder, so hungry for more'! This uplifting piece about the joys of telling stories to young people is making us want to start writing now... https://t.co/22RVv8UpT7 Photo: Charlotte Knee https://t.co/9EmGOW8c3V 2 hours ago