Resource type: Book gifting and grants
Price band: Free
Key stage: KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5
Region(s): All of UK
When Anne Fine became Children’s Laureate, she set up Bookplates UK as a way to encourage children and schools to celebrate their favourite books.
With the help of some of the UK’s top illustrators, Bookplates UK has created a bank of over 250 bookplates that can be printed off and pasted into the front of a book so that everyone can see who it belongs to. The bookplates come in a range of sizes, and there are colour as well as black and white illustrations.
Cost: Free, as long as the bookplates are not used for commercial purposes.
About My Home Library Bookplates: Bookplates UK was set up by author and former Children’s Laureate, Anne Fine. It has been going for over 15 years.
Literacy Hive Likes:
- A fun, easy way to make books feel special and important.
- There is also a selection of ‘This book was donated by’ bookplates – a great way of recognising (and encouraging) donations to a class or school library.