Children and Young People
Explore the Children's Library pages below for
information on the Schools' Library Service, Bookstart, homework
help and more.
national programme that encourages all parents and carers to enjoy
books with children from as early an age as possible.
Awards and Prizes
Details of awards
for children's books.
The library is the best place to come for all your homework needs.
A number of libraries run after school homework clubs, please
your local library
for further details. Don't forget to ask the
library staff if you can't find what you want - they are there to
Schools' Library Service
Information on the Worcestershire Schools' Library
Project and Literacy Packs Online
Mobile Library Service.
for Schools and Children
What Libraries and Learning and the Schools' Library Service can
offer to Schools and
project which seeks to find the best young poet in Worcestershire.
To find out more and enter the competition check out the Word Up Young Poet Laureate
When children ask: “Who can I read next?”
writes like my favourite author?”
, the answers are here in
Writers of children’s fiction are
listed with suggestions of other authors who write in a similar
way, together with key book and series titles.
Visit the Who Next? website
is designed to help anyone who enjoys reading fiction to
expand the number of writers they read. It is designed to answer
the perennial question "I've read all the books by my favourite
authors, who shall I read next?"
Visit the Who Else? website
A funky new 'street art' library card
has been launched
for use by the county's teenagers.
Online learning resources
parents and carers to enjoy books with children
- Federation of Children's Book
national group. Be part of this dynamic team to bring books and
authors to your school.
Connects, a DfES-funded National Reading Campaign
initiative, seeks to support schools in building their own reading
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This page was last reviewed 6 March 2013 at 14:01.
The page is next due for review 2 September 2014.