Feeling stressed in your quest to help your kids with a Book Week parade costume? Don’t worry, we are here to help!
Teacher and author, Jayneen Sanders shares her tips on how to help children learn their weekly list of words and build their confidence at the same time.
We have the mega-list for you - simply get them to choose a a few to start with and you're away.
Is your child learning to read? Here are five signs that alerted one mum to the fact that her son had truly mastered reading. Though generally delighted with this development, she's not always thrilled about numbers 3 and 4!
All the latest book releases for your kids to choose from over the coming few months.
There is a delightful selection of reading choices available to young children at the moment. Here are ten to get you started.
After his friend described to him what it was like to be dyslexic, Victor Widell decided to turn her words into a simulation, so non-dyslexic people could understand what it was like.
The very next best thing to surrounding yourself with diversity, is reading stories which include it. Here are some wonderful children's books and resources to help your child understand diversity.
Want to make sure your child is reading about diverse characters and families? We've got the books for you.
As a mother, my instinct is to protect my children from pain. But life won't always be fair or kind to my children.
Kids have lives filled with emotional expression, and they can absorb subtlety and nuance.
If you are looking for new book titles to fill your child's book shelf, look no further.
Piggy banks at the ready Harry Potter fans, you might be in for an extra bit of cash - if you can bear to part with your books, that is.