Information about literary events aimed at children
Inviting a children’s author to visit your school can be a fantastic way to inspire and enthuse your pupils about reading. Recently, a primary school … [read more]
'The Big Write'
Big Write Promises UK’s Largest Literacy Session in Harrogate
What’s set to be the UK’s largest children’s literacy … [read more]
Bookbug Week 2016 will take place between 16 and 22 May, with hundreds of free story, song and rhyme events for families with babies and young … [read more]
Rarely have I felt as underdressed as I did when I visited Osbaldwick Primary School on World Book Day last week. I was the only person in mufti. The … [read more]
FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival unveils Children's Programme
The Festival runs from Saturday 2nd April to Sunday 10th April in historic venues … [read more]
The Rainbow Factory is an exciting new play destination aimed at children up to around the age of 10, which aims to inspire a new generation with a … [read more]
We're pleased to feature a guest blog from York-based poet Anneliese Emmans Dean on her recent win at the NS Teachers’ Book Award.
Looking for … [read more]
Book Events for Schools recently organised a visit by author/illustrator Teresa Flavin to Belmont Grosvenor School in Harrogate.
The event was a … [read more]
National Non-Fiction November is a whole month dedicated to celebrating all things factual and is organised by the Federation of Children's Book … [read more]