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A new folktale series will introduce young children to stories from around the world.

Offering parents family learning sessions to support their Reception child’s learning at home might improve literacy, but getting parents to turn up regularly is hard, according to a new study.

The Department for Education has launched two schemes to help close the ‘word gap' that exists between disadvantaged children and their peers at the age of five.

Children and young people across the UK have read for more than a 100,000,000 minutes as part of a month-long reading competition.

The Booktrust has awarded the first-ever double lifetime achievement award to John Burningham and Helen Oxenbury, the couple who are both celebrated for creating some of the most iconic children's picture books.

By Gill Jones’ own admission, Ofsted’s ‘Bold Beginnings’ report on Reception class teaching, which she co-authored, has ‘caused quite a stir’.

Ed Vere's Max the Brave and David Melling's 123 Splosh will be sent out to 1.2m young children and their families this year.

Northern Ireland and England have been ranked among the top ten countries in the world for reading and literacy.

BookTrust has launched a list of recommended books for children aged up to five for the first time as part of Children’s Book Week 2017 this week (13-17 November 2017).

More than a thousand babies in Bradford are being given a free book every month as part of a literacy skills development programme.