In this section you'll find news and pictures of events and activities that have taken place with young people during the Lost World Read 2009.
Children from Bradley Stoke, South Gloucestershire enjoyed toasting marshmallows in the woods with story teller Martin Maudesley as part of The Lost World Read (you can just see Martin's ukele in one of the photos).
Baillie Cameron,Chair of Culture and Sport Glasgow, joined local schoolchildren to read The Lost World at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Pupils at Hillfields Primary, Bristol were among the first to receive publicity posters for the Lost World Read 2009. They are looking forward to taking part in the project. Alongside the posters, they are holding thank you cards from Simon Gurr, illustrator of Darwin: the graphic biography, for their help in the 2008 Great Reading Adventure: The Bristol Story.
There are more pictures on the News and Press page.
Jamie, Bailey and Dray from New Oak Primary reading by the orchid display in Bristol Zoo Gardens' reptile house.
Pupils from New Oak Primary with the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Bristol at Bristol Zoo Gardens on launch day.
Children visiting St Austell Library in Cornwall made some interesting new friends during the launch of the Lost World Read.
Children from Westminster and Bromley read The Lost World at the Crystal Palace while staff from Bromley Parks keep an eye out for dinosaurs.