James Clements introduces the latest edition of In the Reading Corner, which focuses on Reading for Pleasure.
Professor Teresa Cremin (The Open University) and Mary Anne Wolpert (University of Cambridge) introduce the Reading for Pleasure strand on the Research Rich Pedgagogies website
Sylvia Crowder (Edge Hill University) tells us about a Reading Benches project which enabled student teachers and partnership schools to work together to promote reading for pleasure.
Nikki Gamble interviews Kate diCamillo about her latest book, Raymie Nightingale.
Library Services Adviser, Caroline Bradley, gives the heads up on a notable book, Emma Carroll‘s Letters from the Lighthouse.
In the Reading Corner is produced for Just Imagine by Alison Hughes