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Patronus art auction for BookTrust kicks off celebrations marking 20 years of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Bloomsbury – the home of Harry Potter books in the UK– has joined forces with BookTrust to mark 20 years of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban with a thrilling event that celebrates the Patronus Charm in all of its magical forms.
Discover which seven titles have made it on to the first ever BookTrust Storytime Prize shortlist - an award which aims to find the best book for sharing with little ones.
Find out how BookTrust hopes their new Pyjamarama campaign will help to give every child a bedtime story.
Sarah McIntyre meets over 300 schoolchildren when she visits Newtownards and Belfast with BookTrust and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.
From May 2019, Bookstart Dechrau Da Baby and Early Years packs will be sent out across Wales with an exciting new selection books, including Helen Oxenbury’s Bouncing Babies and Julia Donaldson’s Sanau Cadno / Fox’s Socks.
Online retailer Cyberjammies will be donating money from each pair of pyjamas sold on their website to BookTrust for a month.
Jan Pieńkowski, the award-winning Polish-born author and illustrator, famous for his iconic Meg and Mog books, has been awarded the 2019 BookTrust Lifetime Achievement Award.
This September we'll be giving out 700,000 copies of 'The Cave' to Reception-aged children in England as part of our annual Time to Read campaign.
Less than 2% of published authors and illustrators in the UK are British people of colour says new BookTrust research
British authors and illustrators of colour are consistently under-represented in the publishing industry, according to the findings of a groundbreaking new report, released today.
The new BookTrust Storytime Prize aims to find the best book for sharing with children aged 0-5.
On the Same Page conference – early book sharing across health, education and the arts in Northern Ireland
BookTrust, hosted the On the Same Page conference as a celebration of cross departmental working and a discussion about the impact that early book sharing has on children across Northern Ireland.
Minister for Education launches new programme to boost speaking and listening skills for 10,000 nursery children
Resources supporting oracy skills will be sent to children aged 3-4 across Wales as part of a new Welsh Government funded programme.
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