Beth Bottery Talks To Bookbag About Scottish Book Trust

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Beth Bottery Talks To Bookbag About Scottish Book Trust


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Summary: Not long ago Sue was introduced to the work of Scottish Book Trust and was surprised by how little she knew about it and that its work was not restricted to Scotland. We persuaded Beth Bottery to tell us more about the work the Trust does and how schools (and adults) across the UK and the rest of the world can benefit.
Date: 14 February 2012

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No matter where you live or what kind of books you’re interested in, Scottish Book Trust has something for you to get involved with. Based in Edinburgh, Scottish Book Trust is the leading agency for the promotion of literature, reading and writing in Scotland. Our Children’s Programme also run several projects which can be enjoyed by children, and adults, all over the UK. You can find details of just a few of these below. Our website is a great resource, full of writing advice, book recommendations, author interviews, blogs and loads more.

Authors Live

Authors Live is a series of fantastic of children’s and teen’s author events which are broadcast live online to schools in the UK via the BBC. These events then become available to watch again for free a week later for people around the rest of the world. They feature a stellar line-up including Michael Rosen, Charlie Higson, David Almond, Jacqueline Wilson, Liz Lochhead and many more and you can download them from our website for free. Details of the next event are below. All events come with free classroom resources.

Francesca Simon (Horrid Henry) – World Book Day 1st March 2012, 11am. To find out more about this event, register to watch live, or watch our teaser trailer follow this link.

We are currently putting together our programme for 2012-13. You can find further information future online events on our website as it becomes available here.

Virtual Writers in Residence

We have brilliant Creative Writing videos and tasks from top teen authors Keith Gray and Cathy Forde. Keith looks closely at several aspects of the writing process and Cathy has a series of creative writing tasks for budding writers to use in developing their skills. You can find out more about this here.

The Blog

Every week we have new blog entries from authors and illustrators, booksellers, publishers and Scottish Book Trust staff. It’s a great place to find out about what’s going on at Scottish Book Trust and in the world of books more generally. We have several regular blogs aimed at young people, learning professionals and parents. You can find out more by following this link.

Teen Hit List

We regularly put together hit lists of some of the best teen books around. These often feature a theme and are a great way of getting young people reading new and different fiction, our latest one is all about understanding mental health.


We are always on the lookout for reviews of what you have read recently, whether you loved it, hated it, would recommend it or warn everyone against it. [Email us your book reviews to and we will put the best ones on the website. You can read past reviews by following this link.

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