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Our projects and campaigns are designed to help families enjoy reading together.
Children's Book Week 2017: a week-long celebration of reading for pleasure in schools all around the UK.
Bringing a writer, poet, illustrator or storyteller into your school is a great way to inspire children and bring reading to life.
BookTrust’s series of free events for teachers and school librarians are back this Autumn, visiting 9 areas around England to support you to Start the Story and make reading connections in your school.
BookTrust has created a range of resources which can be viewed online or downloaded and used in your classroom or children's centre. Find out more and search for resources which are right for you.
Bookmark: books and disability
Find advice and book recommendations for families, teachers, librarians, authors and publishers.
A big thank you to everyone who donated to the BookTrust Christmas appeal. With your amazing support, we have sent 9,700 children in care a special festive book gift and helped to light up their Christmas.
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