Non-fiction fun

Non-fiction can be a brilliant way to engage your child in reading for enjoyment. The huge variety of topics means you’re sure to find something your child is interested in exploring.

What’s more, non-fiction helps children learn new things about the world around them – and it can boost critical thinking skills and memory too. It can also be a great tool for engaging boys with reading, who can sometimes be reluctant to read fiction.

The resources, reading lists and giveaways in this theme all help to boost literacy skills with a focus on non-fiction.

National Non-Fiction November
National Non-Fiction November
How to get involved in the annual celebration
Books full of fascinating facts
Books full of fascinating facts
Non-fiction titles covering science, animals, history and more
Non-fiction book giveaway
Non-fiction book giveaway
24 copies of fantastic non-fiction books up for grabs


Non-fiction literacy tips
Non-fiction literacy tips
Using non-fiction to help boost your child’s literacy skills
Make your own non-fiction book
Make your own non-fiction book
Help your child to make their own fun, factual book!
Fun and factual activity sheets
Fun and factual activity sheets
Fun activity sheets to encourage your child’s interest in non-fiction.

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