We need your help - recommend books for reluctant readers

-Year 8 (age 12-13)

The 5th Wave
Rick Yancey

After the 1st wave, only darkness remains.

After the 2nd, only the lucky escape.

And after the 3rd, only the... More info

 
Chains
Laurie Halse Anderson

Isabel and her sister, Ruth, are slaves. Sold from one owner to the next, they arrive in New York as... More info

 
An Island of Our Own
Sally Nicholls

Siblings Jonathan, Holly and Davy have been struggling to survive since the death of their mother, and are determined to... More info

 
The Book Thief
Markus Zusak

HERE IS A SMALL FACT - YOU ARE GOING TO DIE.

1939. Nazi Germany. The country is holding its breath.... More info

 
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Q: Why do I have to Register/LOGIN?

  • Firstly, it’s completely FREE to register
  • To allow you access to the reading lists created by either Lovereading or by your children’s school, and download free Opening Extracts of the books
  • To allow you add your school’s book list page to your ‘favourites’ list
  • By tracking your purchases we can send your school a £5 book voucher for every £100 parents spend on books.

Q: Why do I have to add my school’s page to my ‘favourites’ list?

This will give you easy ‘one click’ access to all your school’s reading lists. Just click the button that you will find on your school’s Lovereading4kids page.

Please note if the school has sent you a special web the school will be automatically added to your favorites list.

Q: What if when I get to the book lists I am asked for a password?

This happens when the school has added a password to restrict access to the lists. To request a password just click the blue box which reads ‘If you do not have a password for your school please click here’


Q: Why should I purchase books through my school’s website?

By purchasing through your school’s website you will be buying the books they recommend for your children. And for every £100 spent on the site Lovereading4schools will give a £5 book voucher to the school to help them build their library.


Q: What if I have children at more than one school?

No problem – you can have as many ‘favourite’ schools as you like. We will track purchases separately


Q: What if I forget my password?

For security reasons we encrypt your password – even we can’t find it out. But don’t worry – just enter your email address in the ‘Forgotten Password’ section of the LOGIN page and click the ‘reset password’ button. An email will be sent to you with instructions to reset your password


Q: What if I want to purchase books not available on the reading lists?

At present www.lovereading4schools.co.uk has been set up to allow parents and schools to purchase specific books – on the reading lists created by schools. It is not designed to replace school book suppliers.

However you can purchase books outside the reading lists by visiting our main site www.lovereading.co.uk – where you will still receive a 25% discount on the RRP, but NOT the extra 5% in book vouchers for the school.

We will look to incorporate this into later versions of the Lovereading4schools site