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Book Ahead 0-7

Julia Eccleshare·June 2008

ISBN 9781903446430 · Price: £0.00 (Members £0.00)Download

Series: Riveting Reads Plus · Level: Primary

Book Ahead was an initiative by the Department of Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) in England, which aimed to get enjoyable books into the hands of young children in Early Years settings to develop enjoyment in reading at an early stage, and also to strengthen the links between those settings and their local public and Schools Library Services.

It was based on a booklist commissioned from the School Library Association, written by Julia Eccleshare, with contributions from other library organisations, and published in the SLA's Riveting Reads series. The booklist was available free and each local authority in England was funded by the DCSF in 2008 to purchase books from the list to use with Early Years settings such as playgroups and nurseries in their area.

The whole booklist is now available to download free-of-charge from the SLA as a PDF file.

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