Pupils in Wrington have been presented with 100 new books, thanks to the Times' Books For Schools campaign.
A Clevedon school has been given 100 new books, thanks to generous Times readers.
The Times is appealing for book donations and gift vouchers to enable us to help schools to stock up on reading resources for pupils.
The Mercury is desperately appealing for more book donations to give out to schools across North Somerset.
As the school holidays come to an end, the Times is appealing for more donations for its Books For Schools campaign.
A Yatton school has been given 100 new books from the Times to enable staff to add more titles to the library shelves.
Pupils from the latest primary school to receive 100 books from the Times are 'thrilled' with the donation.
Businesses can help to provide vital resources to pupils in North Somerset through the Times' Books For Schools campaign.
More than £200 has been donated to the Times' Books For Schools campaign from generous community groups and readers.
A Nailsea school has received 100 new books so it can fill its library shelves.
A book shop in Clevedon is hoping a record number of children will spend their World Book Day tokens in store this year.
The North Somerset Times has donated 100 new books to a Portishead school to boost its library stocks for young readers.
Schools in North Somerset can win scores of new books for their libraries by holding a sponsored reading event.
Businesses can support our Books For Schools campaign by making a donation through Usborne's community book pledges.
A literacy charity has launched a good book guide to help children discover exciting new reads.
Schools in North Somerset can win extra books for their libraries by holding sponsored reading challenges.
Volunteers are being sought to help children in North Somerset to develop their reading skills.
Parents in North Somerset are being encouraged to swap their gadgets for books and spend more time reading with their children.
Reading is one of the most important skills a child can learn, but as schools struggle with funding cuts, teachers have less money to spend