Beat the holiday boredom with our summer events and activities for children and families →
Reviews, suggestions and lists of new books for children aged 0-11. We have recommendations for readers aged 11+ in our Young Adult section.
A variety of picture, fiction and non-fiction books on all sorts of subjects to keep children reading all summer.
Barrington Stoke, who specialise in books for children with dyslexia and visual stress, have published some brilliant titles recently.
Featuring stories for animal lovers, reboots of old favourites and future classics
Mark the 2018 World Cup with some of our top-of-the-league football-themed fiction and non-fiction for kids.
EmpathyLab's annual book collection is specially selected by an expert panel to help children aged 4-11 develop an understanding of different life experiences and issues.
2018 marks 100 years since some women were given the vote. Mark the occasion with these great children's books about suffragettes and suffragists.
The Laugh Out Loud Awards (Lollies) celebrate the funniest children's books of the year.
New titles for fans of Supertato, Peppa Pig, Dork Diaries and more.
WHSmith's Tom Fletcher Book Club aims to get children excited about reading with brilliant books. Why not try one of their highly-recommended titles?
Saturday 26 May is Elmer Day, marking the 30th anniversary of David McKee's patchwork elephant. We're celebrating with events across our libraries and a list of our favourite books about Elmer and other elephants.