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Lovereading4kids January 2010 Mid Month update

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

After a slightly delayed start with the weather the pace of January has now picked up and we hope you are enjoying the newly designed Lovereading4kids newsletter is providing you with all the guidance you need when it comes to great books for kids. Read on to find out about the Blue Peter Book Award shortlist, Pre-Publication exclusives, the long-awaited paperback launch of Lemony Snicket and the new ‘Demi God’ on the block, Percy Jackson, whose film release is imminent!

Series of the Month – Percy Jackson

Imagine a world where the gods of Olympus are alive in the 21st century, and still fall in love with mortals and have children who might turn out to become great heroes like Theseus, Jason and Hercules. Percy is one of those kids, and his adventures have been transported to the silver screen in a film from the director of the Harry Potter movies. Due for release on 12 February, Percy Jackson will be the talk of the playground shortly so make sure your kids are on to it well ahead of the game.

Series of the Year – ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’

Lemony Snicket titles about the fated Baudelaire orphans were the 5th most popular books of the last decade and got more kids reading than Harry Potter. Now, at long last

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The stories are strange, even weird and so immersive and well-loved that we thought we’d make them our Series of the Year for 2010, which in turn might get a whole new generation of kids hooked! One to three are out now with the rest being published throughout 2010. Find out more…

This Month’s Highlights not to miss

Be first to the best new kids’ books – exclusive Pre-Publication

Out of Shadows – Jason Wallace

14+ A powerful book set in post-war 1980s Zimbabwe, where new foreign student Robert Jacklin learns that for some of his white classmates, the battles for leadership of ‘their’ country aren’t over at all…

Savannah Grey – Cliff McNish

11+ Savannah Grey is not having a great time, she’s only just settled in to her latest foster home when she discovers she has supernatural powers, and that the evil Ocrassa wants to use them to destroy the world!

11+ Superhumans: Meteorite Strike – A G Taylor

Robert and Sarah survive a terrible alien virus, only to find themselves captured by a rogue organisation that wants to experiment on them like lab rats because of the strange psychic powers they’ve suddenly started to develop.

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been well documented that girls seem to perform better at school than boys; but more recent development theories suggest we ought to be challenging the myths about boys’ ‘underachievement’ and encouraging their talents. So, take a look at our Parenting category which has some great new books for you about keeping children stimulated while learning, and ensuring they don’t fall behind or get discouraged. As a parent, New Year is the perfect time to provide plenty of encouragement and support.

Classic stories that are as good today as ever

Our ‘Bookshelf Essentials‘ category features timelessly brilliant books that every child from every generation can gain from by reading. We’ve just refreshed the list with some tremendous classics including The Church Mouse, Greyfriars Bobby and in its 40th anniversary year, Rosie’s Walk. If your kids are stuck

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for what to read next, take a look at our impressive selection – broken down by age range – it could also be a wonderfully nostalgic experience for you.

And something we prepared earlier….

Blue Peter Book Award 2010 – young readers’ favourites

What makes the Blue Peter Book Awards special is that they’re decided by a panel of young readers and each category very much ‘does what it says on the tin’ with categories for ‘Most Fun with Pictures’, ‘Book you can’t put down’ and ‘Best Book with Facts’. So the books on the shortlist, all featured this month on Lovereading4kids, are pretty much guaranteed to thrill young readers. Have a look and download free extracts from the finest books and picture books of the last year. Find your favourites today…

Now the snow, for most, has pretty much gone we hope you can get back to all the important things you might have missed – but don’t forget to keep using Lovereading4kids for guidance to keep your children stocked with the best books for them.

Lovereading4kids October mid month newsletter

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

At last, cold dark nights means it’s nearly Halloween. Get your children in the mood for trick-a-treating with our special selection of books. We also have lots of Pre Publication Exclusives, Classics and books to celebrate Black History Month.

Wimpy Adventures

Our series of the Month is Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney, about the trials and tribulations of American seventh grader Greg Heffler. The 4th book, Dog Days, has just been released so it’s the perfect time to put them all into their own special section here on Lovereading4kids.

Timeless magic – Children’s Classics

Our classics section makes it easy to find some timeless stories that every child should enjoy while the world

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is still magical. We’ve added some beautifully produced hardbacks with all the trimmings from publisher Templar (perfect for Christmas gifts!), including the much-loved Alice in Wonderland.

This Month’s Highlights not to miss

Stick your towel out and don’t panic – you may win a prize

30 years on and still as fresh and funny as ever. With the publication of the sequel And Another Thing by Eoin Colfer, now is a perfect time to introduce this hilarious series of books to your children. In our Hitchhiker’s Guide section we have all 6 books, some Audio CDs and even the chance to win a brilliant prize. So, why not download and read a free Opening Extract of And Another Thing, the book that completes the six book trilogy today!

Exclusive Pre-Publication titles – get them while they’re hot (off the printing presses)

The Owl and the Pussycat

3+ A beautiful reincarnation of the classic poem with an extra special brand new verse at the end that will have you bent double with laughter!

Tumtum and Nutmeg, A Christmas Adventure by Emily Bearn

5+ These titles have been a huge hit with Lovereading4kids members so we’re thrilled that Emily Bearn has served up another treat with this Christmassy adventure.

The Battle of the Sun by Jeanette Winterson

9+ This tale of dragons, knights, and a brave boy called Jack is a nail-bitingly exciting adventure from the pen of Jeanette Winterson, the author of Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit.

Winter Shadow by Richard Knight and Richard Johnson

7+ A thought-provoking and beautifully written novel about a girl who finds a wolf cub on her way to school and the relationship that grows between them. Heart-warming, heart-rending, and definitely memorable.

Jane Airhead by Kay Woodward

11+ Inspired by Jane Eyre, Charlotte goes looking for a dashing modern day Mr Rochester for her lovely mum; she finds one, but is he the real-life romantic hero he seems at first?

The Great Death by John E Smelcer

14+ A moving and inspiring true story, but written as fiction, about two sisters during a terrible pandemic which killed two-thirds of Natives in Alaska between 1918 and 1920.

Parental advice at the finger tips

We’ve added some new titles to our selection of parenting books, to help you deal with some of the issues every parent faces. Take a look at The Spoilt Generation by Dr Aric Sigman, who argues that a bit more discipline will make parents and children happier in the long run.

Real Reads – classics retold for kids

Real Reads are classic stories condensed down to 64 pages and beautifully illustrated. The books are perfect for young or less confident readers, and really help as a bridge into longer, more complex fiction. There’s Dickens, Austen, Bronte and now just added some American literature from Twain.

Black History Month on

As part of this annual event, now well into its 3rd decade, Lovereading4kids is promoting some amazing fiction and non-fiction that will provide children of all ages a real feel and understanding of black history. It even includes the most wonderfully vivid portrait of the life of Nelson Mandela for 5+ year olds.

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Children’s Books

Our very own Julia Eccleshare has not just been busy being our editorial expert and Children’s Books Editor of the Guardian, as over the last year she has also been compiling a brick of a book called 1001 Children’s Books you must read before you grow up. It’s well worth keeping on the book shelf, for when you can’t get online, and referring to from time to time. Don’t forget if you’re not sure whether one of Julia’s selected titles is suitable, you can always ‘try before you buy’ as the chances are we’ll have an extract of the titles featured in the book here at Lovereading4kids.

Happy Reading and don’t forget to check out this month’s competition page in which you stand a chance of winning all sorts of goodies. From Winnie the Pooh and Spiderwick to Stephenie Meyer and Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy… Privacy Policy Disclaimer