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This title is the winner of the UKLA Author Award 2009:UKLA. "Lockwood has written a useful, supportive book which will help teachers and librarians!He describes the background and summarises the research and then proposes thoroughly practical programmes". ("Carousel"). "Michael Lockwood has produced an excellent, practical overview and analysis of what works in the primary school to promote reading for pleasure!. Lockwood's work is grounded and valuable to those who need it most - teachers in the classroom working hard to engender a love of reading". ("English Drama Media"). "This book is first class. It puts the matter very clearly and succinctly, and presents a great deal of evidence to support the argument that pleasure is not a frivolous extra, but the very heart and essence of what reading is about. It also gives readers plenty of ideas for carrying the principle into the classroom, and for justifying it...This is an excellent piece of work, which I hope will find a place on every staffroom bookshelf." (Philip Pullman). English primary school children are less likely to read for pleasure than their counterparts in many other countries. This practical and focused book discusses the background to this situation and looks at how government initiatives have tried to address it. Drawing on the author's own research project in order to identify good practice in promoting reading for enjoyment, the book presents specific activities which teachers can use to develop their own whole school and classroom practice, enabling them to put the fun back into reading. Each chapter features case-study material and provides examples of planning from schools that have successfully created thriving reading cultures through schemes such as reading assemblies, book clubs, library loyalty cards, school book evenings and quizzes. There is also an extensive, annotated list of print and internet-based resources. Topics covered include: becoming a reading for pleasure school; promoting a love of reading in the early years; developing reading enjoyment in the later primary years; and getting boys reading. "Promoting Reading for Pleasure in the Primary School" is written for all those involved in education who would like to see as many children as possible develop a love of reading. It will be particularly relevant for primary teachers, teaching assistants, trainee teachers, advisers and consultants, as well as teacher educators and researchers.