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.
Barrington Stoke, who specialise in books for children with dyslexia and visual stress, have published some brilliant titles recently.
As it's International Women's Day, we've put together a list of our favourite children's fiction and non-fiction featuring awesome girls and women.
All UK children are eligible to vote for the winner of the Children's Book Award. Check out the books pick your winner with this handy list.
The BBC Civilisations Festival runs from 2 - 11 March 2018. It aims to introduce a new generation to artworks, objects and treasures from the ancient world.
If you like zebras and talking food, you're in for a treat with this month's best new children's stock.
Thursday 1 March is World Book Day. This year's message is Share a Story, so we've picked out some great books to read with children.
Congratulations to John Burningham and Helen Oxenbury who have won the first-ever double BookTrust Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Kate Greenaway prize celebrates the best-illustrated children's and Young Adult books from the past year.
The CILIP Carnegie Medal recognises the best children's and Young Adult titles published each year.
The Klaus Flugge Prize recognises promising and exciting newcomers to children's picture book illustration.