Check out this year’s older readers’ shortlist by clicking on the image below –
Can you write a story in just 50 words? Closing date – 25th May 2021
Brand new writing competition for young people!
BBC Radio Scotland are looking for young writers from across Scotland to write about their hopes, frustrations, opinions and fears around climate change.
Details on the poster below –
Congratulations to all the authors and publishers on the fabulous YA Book Prize 2021 shortlist! Click on the image below to find out more about the books –
A whopping 153 authors want to wish you an incredible Happy #WorldBookDay!
In case you missed it, we’ve set up a book themed House challenge for World Book Day. Bag those House points!
Details of the challenge should be in your House Team or go directly to our Library Google Classroom – code 2c3hr7a – and access the challenge in Assignments!
March 4 is World Book Day!
We tweeted and posted back in November about why reading is so important and beneficial, so harness the power of books and GET INVOLVED!
First – here is your World Book Day digital Book Token: https://www.worldbookday.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/booktoken_SecondaryUK.pdf
Use the digital Book Token to buy the special World Book Day books or get money off your choice of book or audio book.
The World Book Day website has an incredible number of resources to help everyone get more out of books and stories. But we especially recommend the following:
This year’s event will be delivered digitally — creating an exciting opportunity for even more young writers to get involved! Internationally acclaimed YA author Angie Thomas is this year’s festival headliner! Registration essential.