Take a look at some of the elements that can make a book corner more appealing and educational for children. With a focus on featuring works from current and past Children's Laureates, authors from diverse backgrounds, authors of all genders, authors suitable for all age groups, and illustrators.
Explore our curated list of best-selling KS1 books that offer a balanced mix of educational value and entertainment for young readers. Read here for more
Discover the ultimate Year 2 book list for your classroom. This selection includes books that educate, entertain, and resonate with children. Read here for more
Explore the best-selling KS2 books to enhance learning and development alongside the curriculum. Find more from Madeleine Lindley on our website.
Whatever type of reader you are, there is something for everyone this Christmas from Madeleine Lindley. Here are some recommended books to enjoy, whatever you are looking for!
· New stationery bought?
· New shoes bought and tried on?
· New diary/planner bought and labelled?
· New books to refresh your reading offer?
Have a look at some of our favourite hand picked children's books to get you ready for this school year!
Usually, our blogs are full of high-quality books that will both inspire and engage teachers and their pupils. Although this blog’s main content is the reading framework, it is just as important and essential to us all.
When children explore stories from all around the world, they get to see how big, diverse, and beautiful it is. Reading a variety of books makes them feel like they belong, and that they are a part of this vast world - no matter their background. Diversity books can act as a key to unlocking the idea that everyone is different and that is what makes the world so special.
Below are ten wonderful books picked by our expert team with decades of experience in young children’s books.
Raintree have recently published a new series featuring Riley Reynolds, a non-binary main character. To support the series, the publishers have created an educator's guide, which they hope will help schools and children understand non-binary gender.
The festival is completely free and entirely online, meaning children in the UK and around the world can access this amazing event packed with best-selling and inpsiring writers, poets and illustrators. As we know from Cressida Cowell's Charter, every child should have the ability to see or meet an author at least once!