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Skills Academy is the National Literacy Trust’s brand new programme for struggling Year 7 and 8 pupils, which uses football tricks to improve reading comprehension. Find out more.
Do you work in early years? Don’t miss the National Literacy Trust’s 13th Talk To Your Baby conference: London 13 March 2017. Find out more and book your place.
A clever and funny story with a twist that is great fun to read aloud to pre-school children. Eddy has lost his teddy in the woods and when he finally finds him again he seems to have changed!
Pip is enjoying playing at Posy’s house so much he forgets to use the potty... The first in a new series from the illustrator of the Gruffalo that covers toddlers’ every day experiences.
A gripping, football-themed page-turner of a detective story featuring crimefighting fan Danny Harte in his first case on the trail of a top player’s kidnapper.
Younger children who loved Smelly Bill’s picture book adventures might like to try this new chapter book with three short, smelly adventures! In one story, Bill’s family try and take a break from the smell by leaving him at the kennels.
Board book version of this enduring children’s classic. Spot is missing. Children can help Sally look for him by lifting the flaps to see if they can find him.
Is your child always making you laugh? Enter their hilarious jokes into the BBC Red Nose Day Comedy Classroom competition and they could be performed live on Blue Peter. Find out more
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