…because no child is even going to reach the second line if the first one doesn’t reel them in. Here are some of the very best.
For some kids, even the idea of Book Trust – free books, every month! – sounds literally too good to be true. Grace, an elementary school teacher, wrote to tell us …MORE ››
Many young children struggle with speaking full sentences, and this is a big problem – because the importance of spoken vocabulary in a child’s education cannot be overstated.
They’re not the stars of their books, true. But they’re all unforgettable…
Before Book Trust came to her school, Wisconsin teacher Debra H. Bell bought books for less well-off kids from her own pocket. And a recent touching message from an ex-student …MORE ››
Book Trust has had such a big impact on ten-year-old Riley’s life that one day he decided to just write and tell us all about it. These are his words …MORE ››
The literacy crisis engulfing American schools in low-income areas can appear to be an isolated problem – something bad that happens to other people. But its effects are far-reaching and …MORE ››
A giggling reader is much more likely to turn to the next page, and side-splitting stories are great for getting young readers into the book habit. Here are some of the …MORE ››
What happens? One minute, your kids are whizzing through books like little dynamos – then suddenly their reading habits fall off a cliff. But there is a way to stop …MORE ››
Have you ever noticed how children just love things that are wacky, weird or just a bit, well, odd? These crazy capers – at times surreal, sinister and mildly disgusting …MORE ››