Reviews, suggestions and lists of new books for children aged 0-11. We have recommendations for readers aged 11+ in our Young Adult section.
New titles from Nick Butterworth, Greg Kinney and Jacqueline Wilson.
Shakespeare Week runs from 12 - 18 March. These new versions of classic Shakespeare texts show you're never too young to meet the Bard.
New titles from Julia Donaldson, Harriet Muncaster, Julian Clary and more.
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.
Find your child's next read among these highly-commended illustrated books and junior fiction.
The Branford Boase prize recognises the authors and editors of the year's best debut novels for children. Previous winners and nominees have gone on to do great things, so why not try a new author today?
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. Empathy Day is on 11 June 2019, so there's plenty of time to give them a read.
The House with Chicken Legs is a beautiful, whimsical story about love, grief and friendship.