Earlier this year we launched an exciting new project that would significantly improve the life chances of children living across the North West by building a culture of reading for pleasure that will empower them for life. Kara shares an update from First Page.
We’re harking back to Featured Poem of yore today with a specially selected poem by one of our former colleagues back in 2012, William Wordsworth’s Composed Upon Westminster Bridge.
National Literacy Trust, Walker Books and Facebook team up with author Anthony Horowitz to inspire reading for pleasure among children leaving primary school.
Official travel partners on Bear Hunt Chocolate Cake & Bad Things, Arriva North West reveal Bear Hunt buses and a special offer for families.
This week we have a wonderful Reader Story from Reader in Residence Laragh behind our Featured Poem, What if you Slept? by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Read On. Get On. are determined to equip kids with the reading skills they need to succeed. Liverpool City of Readers is on board.
It’s Children’s Book Week! Find out which classic children’s book character you’re really, most like.
It is one of life’s sad certainties that children will experience grief at some point, we’ve collected together some great literature that can help children understand bereavement.
Published last month, In Care, Out of Trouble reports a worrying correlation between children in care and in custody, begging the question, how can we improve the lives of young people in care?
With Unicef’s damning report on how the growing wealth gap is impacting on child well-being, we discuss how Shared Reading projects are making an impact.