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A campaign group concerned with early language is to create a new national measurement of children’s reading.
How Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, now more than 20 years old, is still encouraging children and families to read. By Annette Rawstrone
Course description An exciting course for pre-school practitioners, nursery staff, teachers, support staff and librarians. We will explore strategies for helping young children...
In an extract from his speech last month at the first BookTrust Annual Lecture, Michael Morpurgo presents the case for encouraging children and young people to develop a love for reading
A penguin toy that featured in a little-known photo of beloved children’s author AA Milne and his son Christopher has inspired a new story celebrating the 90th anniversary of Winnie-the-Pooh.
More than four in five children have passed this year's phonics screening check at the end of Year 1.
Children from the Royal Mile Nursery in Edinburgh take a look at the picture books that have made it onto the shortlist for the first Bookbug Picture Book Prize.
Frequent repetition of stories can help to develop a child’s vocabulary, explains Rebecca Wilson
As learning how to swipe a screen becomes as much a part of a young child’s development as turning the page of a book, what role does digital technology play in helping children learn to read?
The Dolly Parton UK Imagination Library will be holding its UK conference on 9th June at the Nottingham Conference Centre, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
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