Authors stop by to share their thoughts and free classroom posters convey these.
This month’s favourite read aloud recommendations are made by Sonia Thompson, Head Teacher at St Matthew’s C.E. Teaching and Research School.
Great read aloud choices here for older readers, our top texts for August have been chosen by Fiona Evans, who is Director of Programmes at the National Literacy Trust.
Karl Duke selects some high quality texts to promote reading to inspire learning for all.
Richard Charlesworth introduces picture books and graphic novels that create an emotional response in the reader.
Carol Carter maintains her passion for building reading communities and finding the right book to make every child a reader
Miranda McKearney of EmpathyLab selects texts that enable children and young people to develop the skills that build empathy.
Nicki Cleveland has revolutionised the way the teaching staff at Cannon Park Primary think about Reading for Pleasure, it is now at the forefront of the school’s ethos
Bob Cox seeks to support schools’ work on using quality texts for quality writing.
Caroline Sence of charity ‘Read for Good’ recommends entertaining, diverse and accessible picture books for all ages.
This month’s selections are drawn from the School Library Association’s Information Book Awards, and chosen by Alison Tarrant.
Chosen by Diane Leedham, these texts are aimed at older readers and reflect a wider awareness of diversity.
Using a theme of “old but gold” our top texts for October have been chosen by Ben Harris.
September’s top texts have been chosen by Susannah Herbert, Executive Director of the Forward Arts Foundation.
This month’s top texts have been chosen by Ben King, founder of the Teacher Book Awards. He has chosen three fiction books, each with a ghostly theme.
This month’s Top Texts have been chosen by Joy Court, Reviews Editor for The School Librarian journal. She has chosen three thought provoking and enjoyable books that will stimulate much conversation!