Could YOU hold a special book week near you? Click here for terrific free resources created by the CBCA and our partners to help you make the most of your CBCA Book Week celebrations. Children’s Week celebrates the right of children to enjoy childhood. Children’s Week is an annual event celebrated in Australia held around the fourth Wednesday in October.
You can hold your celebrations at whichever time fits … Celebrate Children's Book Week.
We use Advertising Cookies to assess the performance of our advertising and these cookies share information about your use of our site with us and our providers. The Children’s Week National Theme for 2020 is UNCRC Article 15 – Children have the right to meet together and join groups and organisations as long as it does not stop other people from enjoying their rights. Click on a State or Territory below to find out more about Children’s Week celebrations near you: The Children’s Week National Theme for 2020 is UNCRC Article 15 – Children have the right to meet together and join groups and organisations as long as it does not stop other people from enjoying their rights. BBC Children in Need is the BBC's corporate charity. Click ‘Change Settings’ to choose which types of cookies to keep off. The Children's Book Council of Australia has announced that Book Week will not go ahead in late August this year due to COVID-19. We love seeing photos of your CBCA Book Week activities and celebrations and try to share as many as possible via social media. A fantastic opportunity for extended teaching o n any of your favourite children's books! Children’s Week 2020 will be held between 24 October – 1 November 2020. During this time schools, libraries, booksellers, authors, illustrators and children celebrate Australian children's literature and you will often see children's book character parades and talented librarians creating amazing displays. A diverse range of events and activities are organised at National, State and Local levels. CBCA Book Week Resources. Each year across Australia, the CBCA brings children and books together celebrating CBCA Book Week. Find out more about the impact that the coronavirus pandemic is having on the mental health and aspirations of UK children and how you can pledge to support them.