From its very infancy, BookLife’s first and foremost goal has been to publish innovative, original and appealing books for children.
Its decision to begin publishing originated from the belief that the current marketplace was lacking in inspired and engaging educational content.
For the past five years, BookLife has been focused on creating and publishing exciting fiction and non-fiction that will engage children of all ages and abilities.
“Their range ticks all of the boxes for features we look for in quality non-fiction, covering a huge age range and a truly diverse set of topics to suit all tastes and curiosities.”
Read It Daddy
More recently, it has published a unique, phonetically decodable reading scheme which has been carefully written to adhere to the Department for Education’s (DfE) Letters and Sounds Programme, called BookLife Readers.
Each title is fully decodable and is perfectly aligned to Phases 2–6. This exciting scheme starts at the very basics of phonetic learning and gradually develops the reader’s ability to create fluent and confident readers.
In addition to being matched to Letters and Sounds, each title has a book band level between Lilac and Lime. The exciting stories are brought to life with stunning, colourful illustrations and feature diverse characters that children will love.
What you get with BookLife Readers:
“BookLife Readers have been well received by our teachers. They feel high quality, are colourful and support children’s phonics very well.”
Jozie, Library and English Coordinator
BookLife Readers are available as physical books and as eBooks which can be used in classrooms and at home. The eBooks have a lifetime license enabling the school to have unlimited use of the book at the school or for parents to use at home for as little as £1 per student*.
If you would like to know any more about BookLife Readers, or any of BookLife’s other publishing, please visit the website at booklife.co.uk, or alternatively, call the friendly, dedicated team on 01553 771 995.
*Calculated on average 300 students per school