NEWS

'All the Things That Could Go Wrong' giveaway

We're thrilled to be able to offer a set of ten copies of All the Things That Could Go Wrong - the new book by Stewart Foster, author of Bubble Boy (Simon and Schuster) to a school book group.

22/05/2017'All the Things That Could Go Wrong' giveaway

Poetry shortlist announced

The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) has announced the 2017 shortlist for the CLiPPA award (Centre for Literacy in Primary Poetry Award), which celebrates outstanding poetry for children.

22/05/2017Poetry shortlist announced

Picture book giveaway from Little Tiger Press

We're excited to be giving away this lovely picture book bundle from Little Tiger Press featuring books about inclusion. Each of the stories touch on differences across families and friends, at home or in the playground.

21/05/2017Picture book giveaway from Little Tiger Press

Review 'Being Miss Nobody' for ReadingZone

Tamsin Winter's latest novel, Being Miss Nobody, publishes in June and we have a set of ten books to give to a book group in exchange for some reviews.

21/05/2017Review 'Being Miss Nobody' for ReadingZone

The Girl In Between group set to give away

Homelessness, identity and addiction are explored in Sarah Carroll's debut YA novel, The Girl In Between, for readers aged 12+ (see interview, below), and we have a set of ten copies to give to a school book group.

21/05/2017The Girl In Between group set to give away

Famous Five giveaway!

We are giving away an entire set of the Famous Five books, published with new jackets by Laura Ellen Anderson (Hodder Children's Books) to celebrate the 75th annivesary of Enid Blyton's series.

21/05/2017Famous Five giveaway!

Teri Terry visits ReadingZone Live

We are thrilled that YA author Teri Terry will be joining ReadingZone Live on 14th June to talk about writing for teenaged readers and her latest novel, Contagion. You can watch her live online on the day at 2.30pm.

20/05/2017Teri Terry visits ReadingZone Live

Jacqueline Wilson Competition launches

The Jacqueline Wilson Creative Writing Prize is challenging children aged 7-12 years to write a letter to an imaginary person who lives far away. The closing date is 8th September.

19/05/2017Jacqueline Wilson Competition launches
 

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