We've been asking the people of Nottingham to tell us which children's books they love the most!
Pupils at every primary school in the city and all residents young and old were invited to nominate their favourite children’s books. This has helped us to create a list of Nottingham’s top 100 Reads, which can be downloaded in the form of a special height chart.
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Schools and nurseries
To get involved in Read On Nottingham, contact our Nottingham Hub Manager Emily Landsborough.
Parents and carers
For tips and advice to help you support your child’s literacy skills at all ages, visit Words for Life.
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Read On Nottingham launch event
Read On Nottingham officially launched on Friday 20 April with a literacy-themed bus tour of local primary schools and early years settings, kindly supported by Nottingham City Transport.
The bus stopped at five locations where children aged between one and five climbed on board to enjoy a performance by local interactive music workshop providers Rainbow Stripes. Pupils were also be gifted a brand new book and a Read On Nottingham bookmark to take home. The bus then made its way to the Angear Visitor Centre at Nottingham Lakeside Arts, where key partners met to celebrate the launch.
Find out more about the launch.