My school has a lovely policy whereby at the beginning of the lesson after lunch all pupils bring a book in to read for 10 minutes or so. It really helps with settling after running around at lunchtime and also improves literacy. However, they get a 10 minute correction if they forget their book. My idea is to have a book box in my room for those students forgetting their book in my lesson, but also for my tutor group (year 8) as there are a couple of repeat offenders who always get corrections for not having their book. The reading ages in my tutor group ranges from 7 to 16. What authors should I be looking out for? Especially for the lower reading ages as the books need to be accessible for them, but not too young in content. Is David Walliams too young? Diary of a wimpy kid too young? Books I have already are the hunger games, 1984, curious incident of the dog in the night, animal farm.