Celebrate Children's Book Week
Every year, we encourage schools and libraries to inspire children everywhere to love reading for fun. Could YOU hold a special book week near you?
There are no set dates for Children's Book Week. You can hold your celebrations at whichever time fits best with your school calendar. Perhaps you want to have some extra fun around World Book Day? Or maybe you’d rather cheer on books during the autumn term. It’s entirely up to you!
Whenever you hold your celebrations, you’re in the right place for inspiration: here, you can find lots of fun ideas, reading tips and resources for the classroom.
Make sure you also check out the Great Books Guide, which showcases our favourite reads of the year. It's a great inspiration for any book-related activities! Physical copies of the new Great Books Guide will arrive at primary schools from the start of the Autumn term.
Great Books Guide
Our 100 favourite children's books from the past year, for teeny babies all the way up to 11 year olds. The right book is what a child wants to read – and we hope this guide helps you find it.
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BookTrust teams up with CBeebies on an interactive lesson on storytelling: for children at primary school, aged 5-7.
Arrange an author visit
Here's how to get an author or illustrator to visit your school and inspire your pupils.
Great Books Guide
Your guide to our favourite children's books from the past year: download as a PDF or find online booklists split by age group.
Resources to use
From fun lesson plans to posters for your children's centre, find out more and search for resources which are right for you.
Events you might like
Check out all the latest events from BookTrust and others which we think you might be interested in.
World Book Day ideas
Who has the time to hand-sew costumes of Matilda and Where’s Wally? Here are some quick and easy wins with a paper plate.