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  • Why do boys stop reading?

    Boys experience a significant drop in reading for pleasure from the ages of eight to 16, according to a survey by the National Literacy Trust. When the boys in the study were asked about their reading habits, 72 percent of eight to 11 year olds sa...

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  • David Walliams is back!

    When he’s not judging Britain’s Got Talent, David Walliams is busy writing children’s books and his latest, The World’s Worst Children 2, with illustrations by Tony Ross, was published in May. To celebrate its release, ARB Books have a spe...

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  • Dame Jacqueline Wilson In Conversation

    Dame Jacqueline Wilson appeared at St George’s Hall, Liverpool in May to discuss her long and successful writing career. Famous for creating Tracy Beaker and Hetty Feather, the former Children’s Laureate talked about her inspiration for her sto...

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  • “Phonics works”

    Sounding out words when learning to read has a dramatic impact on the accuracy of reading aloud and comprehension, according to a report. Researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London and the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit found tha...

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  • Fun Favourites

    Books about creepy crawlies, dressing up or football are sure to keep Year 2 readers gripped. ARB Books have collected together an Accelerated Reader Pack of 61 titles covering a diverse mix of family life, sport, travel, health, nature and anima...

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  • The Power of Aesop’s Fables

    Aesop was storyteller who is believed to have lived in ancient Greece between 620 and 564 BCE – and yet his fables are still a valuable tool for teaching children today. ARB Books are offering 100 fantastic fiction and non-fiction titles, with Acc...

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  • When Michael Murpurgo met Judith Kerr

    Michael Morpurgo and Judith Kerr have shared a stage for a fascinating conversation at London’s BFI Southbank. He’s 73 and famous for writing War Horse, while she’s 93 and known for The Tiger Who Came To Tea, among other classics of children...

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  • Girl Power: Inspirational Books

    Girls as young as six years old begin to see themselves as less talented than boys, according to an American study. It claims that gender stereotypes about interests and intelligence are learnt from an early age and they influence future career dec...

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  • ARB Books can help you

    Accelerated Reader is an educational tool that has the potential to dramatically improve reading abilities in your primary school. But how do learn more about it? Or discover its benefits, in a simple, jargon-free way? That’s where ARB Books can ...

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  • How to commemorate the Somme?

      School children across Britain are entering a poetry competition to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.   Children from Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 are invited to write about a solitary tree that became a symbol of hope by survi...

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