From island adventures to stories about twin detectives, here’s our list of favourite children’s books to read this summer.
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Lots of animal themed picture book ideas for you and your child to enjoy this summer, with our top recommendations for ages 2+.
Springtime reads for you and your child to enjoy this Easter holiday, with a selection of titles suitable for age 2-7!
Find out how Oxford Levels and levelled readers can support and develop your child’s reading skills even after they’ve learned how to read.
An alternative list of recommended books for boys. Perfect for boys who are looking to read about something other than football or jokes about bottoms!
Find out what sort of books to expect to come home in your child’s book bag, and get top tips on how best to support your child.
An extra-usual talent Few writers have left such a gloriumptious legacy as Roald Dahl. His books continue to delight and inspire children (and adults) across the world, making lifelong impressions on readers through their wit, originality and underlying warmth. From...
John Dougherty shares his top picks for books to encourage and inspire your son to read.
Few things are more important than reading aloud to our children. James Clements gives his advice on how to keep your child reading aloud, even after they are reading independently.
There are lots of great reasons to share factual books with your child. Here are our top four tips for getting the most out of reading non-fiction.
Wendy Cooling MBE has selected her favourite illustrated books to help you introduce your child to the wonders of stories and storytelling.
Education expert James Clements outlines five benefits of reading non-fiction, and gives us his top non-fiction reads for ages 5–11.