Mothers read to their children significantly more than fathers - despite the number of stay-at-home fathers in Britain doubling over the last decade...
Two-sided flyer summarising the various book packs offered by the Bookstart programme, including universal, targeted and additional needs resources.
The Bookstart international affiliates programme, started in 2000, now includes 33 initiatives over five continents
Book Trust gifts free copies of Super Duck to neonatal units so that parents can read to their premature and poorly babies.
A project that encourages male prisoners to read with their young families has earned praise from Ofsted for its contribution to family learning. The Booktrust Stories Tour, which took a live literature show into prisons for prisoners to enjoy with their children, has been named a model of good practice by Ofsted.
Book Trust CEO Viv Bird responds to head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw’s statement that parents who don’t read to their children should be fined.
Press release in MS Word: 'Be the hero of your own story with Bookstart this summer'
Press release: 'Be the hero of your own story with Bookstart this summer'
Press release: Bookstart's targeted programme delivered through children's centres sees fantastic results.