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Meet some of the UK's top children's writers

This month, you've got the chance to apply for our Scottish Friendly Children's Book Tour Jamboree, featuring Jacqueline Wilson, Chris Riddell and other top authors. You can also win great Read, Write, Count prizes by filling out our survey.

Win a Read, Write, Count superbox

Tell us what you thought of this year's Read, Write, Count bags and you could win a special box full of games, books and resources for your class. Fill in our survey by Tuesday 27 February to be in with a chance of winning!

Read, Write, Count parent survey

Parents can also share their thoughts on the Read, Write, Count bags in our parent survey. Win a goodie bag filled with books, games and activities for all the family to enjoy. Deadline: Tuesday 27 February.  

Meet some top authors at our Jamboree!

Apply now to come and celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Scottish Friendly Children's Book Tour! Our Jamboree event will be held at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on 6 June 2018, and features an all-star author lineup. We also have a limited number of travel bursaries to help schools attend.  To apply click here.

Find out about a great new children's poet

Joseph Coelho's poetry collection Overheard in a Tower Block is a hugely enjoyable journey through a childhood spent in the city. In this blog post, find out why Joseph believes that poetry has something to offer everyone.

Inspiration for your next book-based project

Our site features a wealth of case studies that show how books can spark cross-curricular learning. Check out this blog post about Castleton Primary's Oceans and Sustainability project, or have a look at our case studies section for more ideas.

Book list: kids facing difficult challenges

Fiction can be the ideal place to explore challenging issues, and our latest book list features stories of children facing a range of personal difficulties.

10 great activities to use with any book

This fantastic resource from teacher Jennifer Buchan will give you some great ideas to explore just about any novel in the classroom. Find more great ideas in our resources section.
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