News & Updates

The National Literacy Trust is kicking off the Marcus Rashford Book Club 2023

News, Events 07.06.2023

The Marcus Rashford Book Club is a collaboration between iconic international football player and child food poverty campaigner Marcus Rashford MBE and Macmillan Children's Books.

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Joe Wicks: Burpee Bears & Summer Reading Challenge

News, Events 05.06.2023

Ahead of this year's Summer Reading Challenge, the Reading Agency is inviting The Body Coach Joe Wicks to share his love of reading and exercise in a free virtual event for pre-schoolers and primary aged children.

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Caffè Nero launches major new book award

News, Awards 30.05.2023

Caffè Nero has launched a major new book award, split across four categories, to celebrate the best writing from across the UK and Ireland.

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Share The Gift of Reading

News 08.05.2023

There are few things more powerful than sharing stories.

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The Reading Agency's chatterbook resources webpage

News 03.05.2023

Regularly updated with resources including activity sheets and author videos.

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Summer Reading Challenge 2023

News 27.04.2023

The Reading Agency's Summer Reading Challenge theme is Ready, Set, Read!

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Who Next updated!

News, Website updates 11.04.2023

Who Next has been updated with a selection of new authors and titles.

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2023 Children's Book Celebration launch

News 05.04.2023

Help crown the top 23 books for the 2023 Coronation!

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Virtual School Library

News 14.03.2023

The National Literacy Trust's Virtual School Library is a free platform for primary schools, offering pupils access to free books and activities from the most popular children's authors.

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Who Next updated!

News, Website updates 31.01.2023

Check out the new additions to Who Next...

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Children and young people’s listening habits

News 18.01.2023

Latest research explores how children and young people's listening habits have developed post-lockdown

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