Win a Book from the Ultimate List of 100 Books to Read Before You’re 14

Booktrust has announced the definitive list of 100 books to read before you’re 14 – and to celebrate they are giving away five books from the list.

Drawing from over 90 years’ experience recommending children’s books; Booktrust experts selected the final 100 from an initial list of 500 books and are now asking everyone to join the debate and vote online for their favourites on the list here.. The nation’s top books will be announced on November 25th so pick up a book, get reading and tell Booktrust what you think!

Booktrust are giving five of my readers the chance to win the book of their choice from the list, from the eclectic mix of traditional classics and modern greats that Booktrust believe are must-reads to fire children’s imaginations and turn them into life-long readers.

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    202 thoughts on “Win a Book from the Ultimate List of 100 Books to Read Before You’re 14”

    1. When I was really little I loved ladybird books – I had loads of traditional stories such as Cinderella, Snow White, The Gingerbread Man etc but I think my favourite was The Little Red Hen as I loved all the characters….Henny Penny, Goosey Lucy,…..Ahhh!

    2. I loved Tracey Beaker by Jacqueline Wilson. Remember re-borrowing from the library & reading it over & over.
      Was a bit disappointed with the tv series. Just not how I pictured it!


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