Two sides to every story: Children learn words better from one storybook page at a time posted on 21 Jul 2017
This research has been published in the Infant and Child Development Journal on 30th June 2017.
A new page? Libraries, austerity and the shifting boundaries of civil society posted on 26 Jun 2017
The Leverhulme Trust is supporting this new research by Dr. Emma Davidson
Reading other minds: Effects of literature on empathy posted on 15 Jun 2017
Reading other minds: Effects of literature on empathy by Maja Djikic, Keith Oatley, Mihnea C. Moldoveanu
Call for action as new study reveals drop in frequency of library use posted on 12 Apr 2017
Call for action as new study reveals drop in frequency of library use
Children still prefer books to screens posted on 29 Mar 2017
The Indy 100 has reported that: A new study has taken a look at how children read ...
Excellence in research: inspiring creative pedagogies posted on 20 Mar 2017
This new website claims: Our research fosters creative and innovative pedagogies.
Science Says Book Readers Live Longer posted on 12 Mar 2017
For centuries the myth of the Fountain of Youth was continually written about in fables...
One in five cannot name a single author of literature, survey shows posted on 03 Mar 2017
This article has been published in The Telegraph. It begins:
Libraries 'crucial' for the nation's engagement in literature, says RSL posted on 02 Mar 2017
This article has been published in The Bookseller.
Literature report shows British readers stuck in very white past posted on 02 Mar 2017
This article has been published in The Guardian.