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  • The Reading Zone
    Website providing information about children’s books, with areas specifically for children, young adults, parents and schools.
    23 Feb 2010
  • School Library Association
    The School Library Association's Riveting Reads series has suggested books that will encourage pupils to read widely and independently for enjoyment. They are grouped under themes and have been recommended by pupils in the relevant age group.
    23 Feb 2010
  • Penguin
    Spinebreakers is Penguin's pioneering online book community for teenagers, run by teenagers themselves. Editorial control of the site is in the hands of a core editorial team of nine teenagers aged between 13 and 18 years, supported by a large network of
    23 Feb 2010
  • Stories from the web
    The Stories from the web website provides information about books and authors for children and young people aged from birth to seven, 7 – 11 and 11 – 14. It is run by Birmingham, Leeds and Bristol Library Services and the UK Office for Library and Informa
    23 Feb 2010
  • The Reading Agency
    The Summer Reading Challenge, delivered by public libraries, offers incentives for children to read six books in six weeks to hook children into books and libraries.
    24 Feb 2010
  • Teachit
    Specialising in English, Drama and Media Studies from primary to post-16, the online Teachit library offers over 12,000 pages of classroom materials, schemes of work, lesson plans and teaching tools, all created by working teachers.
    24 Feb 2010
  • Teen Reads
    The Teen Reads website has interviews, books and information aimed at teenagers.
    23 Feb 2010
  • The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education  The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education
    The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education updates their Core booklists for primary schools every two years. It also publishes Simply the Best Books for Children.
    23 Feb 2010
    UK Children's Books is a useful online directory of authors, illustrators, publishers and other organisations involved in children's books and reading promotion.
    23 Feb 2010
  • United Kingdom Literacy Association
    UKLA is an independent charity and membership association that supports the advancement of education in literacy.
    5 Oct 2012

The National Literacy Trust is a registered charity no. 1116260 and a company limited by guarantee no. 5836486 registered in England and Wales and a registered charity in Scotland no. SC042944.
Registered address: 68 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1RL.