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Top 10 literacy accounts to follow on Twitter

Below are our top ten literacy-focused social accounts we recommend to help you get started on your social media journey!

1. Books for Topics (Alison) @booksfortopics

Books for Topics read and review thousands of children’s books for Year 1 through to Year 6, making it a great way to find certified books if you’re low on time or looking for inspiration.

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2. #PrimarySchoolBookClub @PrimarySchoolBC

Looking to create the ultimate reading list? Follow the Primary School Book Club to discover their Book of the Month (as voted for by its users) and up-and-coming children’s authors. 

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3. Picture books blogger @pbookblogger

The Picture Books Blogger recommends the most beautiful and aesthetically-pleasing books which are perfect for young readers.

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4. Carrie Gelson @CarriesGelson

Carrie is a primary school teacher and shares her favourite picture books, perfect for young readers! 

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5. Julie Anna Douglas @JulieAnnaPoetry

Julie shares ideas for encouraging creative writing in the classroom, such as printing anthologies of pupils’ work to build confidence in writing and illustration. She also retweets other teachers’ creative ideas. 

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6. Dr Jess French @Zoologist_Jess

As a conservationist, Jess recommends books teaching children how to care for the planet and tweets environmental news. 

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7. #WritingRocks @WritingRocks

Writing Rocks is a hub for English teachers to share their favourite books and discuss literacy teaching ideas. 

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8. Scholastic @Scholastic

Follow Scholastic for the latest news, literary events and biggest authors around.

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9. Children’s Laureate @UKLaureate

The official page of the Children’s Laureate posts updates about children’s books as well as lots of fun questions for their followers, such as what you’ll be reading over the weekend! 

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10. #DoodleEnglish @DoodleLearning_

Don’t forget to follow DoodleLearning! We share English grammatical rules, as well as inspirational quotes, books we’re enjoying and the latest Doodle news.

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