Booktime is the free magazine specially produced by the Booksellers Association. It features author interviews, in-depth book reviews, book roundups, and quizzes. Sign up to our newsletters full of updates, activities, ways to support us and fun ideas to inspire children to read. Find out more about how we support families and practitioners to get children reading for fun. Every month, we review new children’s books – and here are the ones we like best of all at the moment. Provides files to download data as it existed for this dataset on previous dates.


Research has shown that one of the most important things a parent can do is to talk to their child, share stories and introduce them to a love of books. With extracts, reviews and author interviews, it’s full of brilliant new fiction, non-fiction and children’s books. There was a very restful feeling in the air at Willow Brook today as we celebrated World Book Day 2023! Our day’s theme revolved around the perfect combination of rest and reading and the day started with a warm story together.

‘Bedtime/Booktime’ Book Cushion

Come along to the library and join in with a fun morning of storytime and crafts for children and their families. Last year “Slowly, Slowly, Slowly,” Said the Sloth by Eric Carle was given to every eligible reception-aged child. The book pack also contained a non-fiction title, Why is the Sky Blue? Make time for books with the Booktime magazine from the Harbour Bookshop in Devon!

Customer Reviews, including Product Star Ratings, help customers to learn more about the product and decide whether it is the right product for them. Please note all items are non returnable unless damaged on defective. In class 1 today we were very excited to receive our very own Booktime bag. Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

Cormac McCarthy 3 Books Collection Set – Fiction – Paperback

Mr. Jones’s then set out the 5-step recipe for a good night’s sleep! This always ends with ‘falling’ into sleep after escaping from a busy day with the lights down low and a good story. You could build a cosy den by hanging a blanket over a table and putting cushions underneath. Sharing a book together in an unexpected place is exciting and children will start to think of books as adventures. Click on the picture of Charlie and Lola below to read the on-line version of the book we received today at the Booktime website. This also has lots of interactive games and activities as well as stories to listen to and tips for parents too.

We can deliver physical copies of the current edition upon request (while stocks last).

The official DVSA theory test for car drivers by Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (2019, Paperback)

I am at the heart of a happy community where a love of learning and a wealth of challenges and opportunities inspire my confidence, creativity and talents. I am at the heart of a caring community where I learn to respect and value my environment and the people who share it with me. I am committed to becoming the best I can be – a lifelong learner where those around me celebrate and encourage the start of my unique learning journey.

Lots of competitions and reviews plus interviews with authors and illustrators. Finding time each day to look at a book is good for your child’s development. Public library and school library services could register for free bookkeeping for startups resource packs by visiting The Reading Agency online shop.

item 3 The Booktime Book of Fantastic First Poems By June CrebbinThe Booktime Book of Fantastic First Poems By June Crebbin

The programme provides a free book pack to every eligible child in England soon after they start primary school (aged 4-5 years), with guidance for parents and carers on shared reading. The programme provided a free book pack to every Reception-aged child in England and Wales (aged 4-5 years), with guidance for parents and carers on shared reading. Each year more than 700,000 children aged 4-5 in England and Wales received a free Booktime book pack to keep. Every pack contained two free books, along with additional copies for teachers and librarians, aiming to inspire a lifelong love of reading by encouraging families to have fun reading together. Every child starting school in England receives a Booktime pack including two books and some helpful book sharing tips for parents.