'What Kids Are Reading' 2012 is a ground-breaking study into the book-reading habits of more than 2100,000 UK students from over 1,200 UK primary and secondary. Written by Professor Keith Topping of Dundee University, it identifies the most popular fiction and non-fiction books read by students from Years 1-11.

Now in its fourth year, features of the 2012 report include:

  • A foreword by the Director of the National Literacy Trust, Jonathan Douglas.
  • Contributions from leading authors, such as Robert Muchamore, Tommy Donbavand, Marcia Williams and Andy Briggs.
  • Insights on the Key Findings by our Panel of Educators.
  • The most popular books – as voted for by the students themselves.
 
WKAR 2012
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