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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.

A literacy campaign in Birmingham is reaching out to isolated families and improving the skills of parents so they can also help their children’s development, finds Meredith Jones Russell

We profile Book Trust Lifetime Achievement Award winners John Burningham and Helen Oxenbury, with tributes from judges and peers

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’.

Effective literacy teaching involves much more than synthetic phonics, explains Annette Rawstrone

Planning a party, to mark an event for example, is a fun activity as well as a learning experience for children, writes Penny Tassoni

Music plays an important role in helping children to read, write and enjoy literature, says Linda Pound

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.