Are you ready for the new school year to start? With school uniforms and shoes to fit and new routines to think about, finding the time to choose the best books to buy may not always be a priority. There are lots of great books to choose from and Letts has some engaging and motivating learning books to help your child get back into a learning frame of mind. All of their books support the national curriculum so that you know they are reinforcing what your child is being taught at school.

Now I have two very different kids here, with my Boo and Little Man taking opposite approaches to learning. Boo, at nearly 7, has always been keen to ‘learn’ and loves these books, often asking for them, and will complete pages and pages in one sitting. My Little Man, about to turn 4, is not as keen! But, when I manage to catch him in the right mood, he really concentrates on these for short bursts of time and takes great pride in completing the various sections. They are useful for supporting learning at home and giving me some direction in what I should be working on with him.

You can go onto their website to browse their range of books by age group. What’s more they are offering a **30% discount on all books until 30 September 2016** when you use code BACK30 at www.lettsrevision.co.uk.

Would you like to win a bundle of Letts books tailored to your child’s age this Back to School? Of course you would! I have £50 worth of books to giveaway, so enter using the rafflecopter below. The competition is open to UK residents only and ends at 12am 20th September 2016. Good luck!

Which books appeal to you from the Letts range?

*Disclosure: Written in collaboration with Letts*

Catherine McAlindenThe 3-5 phonics look fun!

Aaron BroadThe wild English looks good fun

Jennifer ToalThe GCSE ones

Colin GaultThe maths books

wendy gordonI would be interested in GCSE level books or KS2 as my grandchildren are at these levels

Annabel GreavesThe maths and English books look really useful

emma waltersmy son starts reception in sept so would love the 3-5 books for him

Tracy NixonThe maths KS2 books

Tony MetcalfeThe Wild About ….. series for 3-5 year olds.

kim nevilleThe KS2 maths, english and science would be great for my son

NotmyyearoffI really love Letts. I’m sure they’ve been around for decades, I had some GCSE revision books and they were so good!

Maggie AliMaths, English and Science looks great!

laura stewartthe maths books would be fab x

Joanne HutchingsThe 3-5 phonics appeal to me. I’m not too familiar with phonics and I’d like to be able to help my little boy for when he starts school.

Leanne HansellI like the look of the ‘Wild About’ books for ages 3-5.

sarah reeslike the look of the wild english

Tracy NewtonI would love the aged 3-5 books please. My son starts school next week and will be learning to read and write soon

Lisa HoustonThem all but prob phonics the most. I have children at different stages so this would be a fab win

melanie stirlingThe KS2 mental arithmetic practice workbook and maths practice papers.

Monica GilbertThe 3-5 books look really nice for my daughter.

jules EleyEnglish aged 5-7 sounds good

Katrina JamesMy daughter loves doing these books, she loves to learn. The ks2 books would be fab as she starts year 4 next week.

Sharon stanley (@Shandy2008)The 3 to 5 phonics range. My daughter is 5 and really struggles due to her learning difficulties. I think it would be great to have the learning materials at home so that she could continue her studies.

Peter WatsonThe 3-5 alphabet would be ideal for my grand daughter.This is just what she needs.

Susan LloydThe 3-5 books look interesting x

Gurpreet SinghThe Maths and English books KS1 age 5-7 would be extremely useful for my kids.

Martina PichovaI love all the books for 5-7 years old. If I was a little girl I would love to spend time learning from them.

Nicki EvansThe 3-5 books

maria blythinthe ks2 maths books

Angela TreadwayMaths english and science x

Ruth HarwoodWe could really use the Math one!

Kim StylesThe Maths looks really useful to me. that is something I find hard to help my children with

Simon CThe ones for 5-year-olds.

Ray DoddsThe 3-5 phonics looks good to me

Paula ReadingsPhonics for my grandson.

Kim MThe Wild About series look exciting x

Kim MThe Wild About series looks exciting x

Laura PritchardThe Wild About Maths & English books – they look really eyecatching!

amy bondocthe gcse ones for my daughter

janine atkinid love the GCSE ones for my son

Tee simpsonThe maths books appeal to me.

Sally CollingwoodThe maths books look fun and this is really good because so many children find it difficult. Wish we had these when I went to school!

Karl FoxleyThe GCSE range as my daughter will be studying towards hers very soon. Love the Letts range, very informative and well structured.

Angela McDonaldThe ‘Wild About Maths’ book really appeals to me!

Corinne PeatI like the age 3 to 5 ones, writing and counting.

Maria P5-7 phonics

Rebecca Nisbetthe 5-7 and 7-11 ones would be brilliant for my girls.

StevieI think the Maths, English and science book for 7-11 year olds.

Rebecca TaylorThe phonics book ( I need to brush up!!)

leigh boylethe 3-5 phonics fits in brilliant with what my big 3 are learning at school x

Helen StrattonThe GCSE range.

Kirsteen MackayThe chemistry book looks really great. I think my kids would love it.

Kelly Ellen HirstThe GCSE books for my oldest daughter who is just going into year 10

Tracy GladmanThe GCSE books appeal to me as my daughter has just started year 9

Tracy GladmanThe GCSE books appeal as my daughter has just started Year 9.

TracyThe writing for 3-5 as that’s something we are finding a little bit more difficult.

jo liddementAs my son loves numbers and maths i like the look of the Maths Age 10-11 years book

clair downhamthe ks3 ones thankyou

Annabel GreavesThe English and Maths books look really useful

Clare MundenThe 3-5 books would be great for my daughter who is starting school in two days! Eek!!

Beky AusterberryThe GCSE ones for my son who is starting year 11

Keith HuntAge 3-5 Counting for a friends child

claire woodsI would need the KS3 books.

laura banksthe maths books

Rebecca Mercerboth the 3-5 and 5-7 books would be great for my kids

Patricia AveryI like the idea of the KS3 books to support my grandson as he starts at secondary school this week 🙂

Nick HubbardThe phonics book would be perfect for my son

Natasha MairsI love the letts books and love that they do a range of ages. The geography one looks great

Sam GOodwinthe ks2 books as they would be perfect for my little one starting his ks2 journey at school now!

Rachel ButterworthThe Phonics books look really good.

Sarah WalfordThe 3-5, My son started in reception today and these would be good to assist his early years.

Alison JohnsonI think the 3-5 years ones would be great at helping to teach the basics to my Grand children

Jo HutchinsonThe 3 to 5 phonics range would be brilliant.

holly harmsworththe 5-7 range for my son

Karl BorowyThe GCSE ones

Karen BarrettEnglish age 5-7 would be great for Ellie.

MANDY DOHERTYThe KS1 books

Alix Smiththe 3-5 range looks fab!

Melissa Crowemaths for son, will help him rhankyou for the chance xx

ADEINNE TONNERI would have to say the maths book in KS1

JULIE WARDThe Maths and English age 5-7

michelle speightthe gcse ones for my son look ok

Kerry KilmisterThe Wild about series looks like it would capture my children’s interest.

Deborah MackenzieI love the WILD about set; we are big animal lovers in our family so these appeal.

Samantha walkerEnglish k for my son

Jan BealI like the Phonics age 3-5 as this is such an important part of helping your child learn to read

jessica catherineThe maths KS2 books

Paul MeulenThe ‘Wild About’ books for ages 3-5 look great.

Rebecca Howells (@PeanutHog)The GCSE suobjects for my niece and nephew.

SamAny of the books to support my also reluctant little man. He is Year 1 and it’s a big change from year R. His twin sister learns very differently to him and I have to use different methods and pace with them both.

Leanne LunnI would love the GCSE books for my daughter who is doing her exams.

Kathryn AmisThe key stage 2 English and Maths books would come in handy for my Yr 6 grandson!

Jean VaughanThe Wild About English and Maths age 3-5 really appeal for my granddaughter to whom all learning is fun at the moment, her school desk at home being her pride and joy.

Emilia nastaly-howardEnglish 8-9 for my daughter 🙂

Kimberley RyanThe KS1 book look fabulous, they would certainly be useful with my 3 youngest

donna largeThe maths books

Eileen TingleThe 5 – 7 years Maths book

Susan TrubeyAll of them

Heather BrannanThe Wild about books for my young nephew because he is wild about animals and learning new things

Victoria PrinceI particularly like the look of the Monster Practice books!

Joanna FordThe age 5-7 ones would be great

Christopher ReadThe Wild About books look appealing because of the animal theme

Marie CozensDefinitely the gcse ones, for my 15 year old

Hannah IgoeThe 3-5 books would be great particularly the phonics for my son

Rachel CraigChemistry GCSE.

Vera BahounkovaThe KS2 maths

Mary BaldwinThe GCSE ones are of most interest to me as I’m keen to support my son however I can before he sits his exams.

Ray BeckerMaths 5/7

MichelleDI think the Maths ones age 5-7 would be really useful for my Daughter

Susan BI’ve browsed through these books and they are excellent. I particularly like the way they structure learning for 3-5 year olds.

David CrabbWe home educate and they would be perfect for us, they appeal very much 🙂

Allan FullartonThe maths book.

Sheri DarbyThe Age 3-5 numbers and counting look good

sharon martinthe gcse ones

Hayley ElvinWild About English – Phonics age 3-5. This would be perfect for my sons, one is 3 next month and the other is 4.

Adrian BoldI’d love to win the 5-7 books for my nephew Jack who would find them useful as he has just started school.

Kerry WebberMy son would really benefit from the GCSE books

Ali FanstoneThe 3-5 phonics for my grandaughter who has just started primary school

Lucy ChesterGCSE books for my son

Jayne KelsallMaths, as that is the subject my daughter is most struggling with .x

FarhanaI’d love to try the test papers for maths and science for 7-11years

Leslie EvansMaths

ELZBIETA ZNYKPhonic books

Jayne TownsonThe GCSE books look good and would be perfect for my daughter. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Lindsey gratyThe maths books as it’s my son’s favourite subject

lynn nealI like the wild about Maths because the addition of animal facts helps to hold the interest more than sums alone!

claire mudiethe Key Stage 3 books-my daughter has just started High School and i would love to be able to support the work she is doing at school at home with her.

paula cheadlewould help my youngest granddaughter with her school work

LEE HARDYThe maths books

Dale Dowdefinitely the maths ones, my boys love numbers

Caroline ShepherdI like the look of the Wild About Maths books – I think my girls would enjoy them.

Samantha ParkesThe wild about maths and English

Andrew EmeryThe GCSE books appeal to me because my son is currently studying for his GCSEs and I’d love to buy him these revision guides to work on at home and hopefully improve his grades.

Natalie CrossanThe phonics book for my daughter xx

Tess DThe GCSE ones appeal to me most

lucie fishage 7

Leanne BellThe Wild range looks fab or the KS2 stuff for my oldest Daughter.

annaI like the look of the Wild range!

Robyn ClarkeI would love the 3-5 counting for my son, his teacher said his counting could be a little better, but lots of time to learn.

Kelly SimpsonThe 3-5 Phonics Book

Kirsty HarringtonThe GCSE revision books for my daughter

theresa cookeKS1 Maths please. My son has just started and decided he doesn’t like it!

Anne WoodthorpeMaths and English, but any of them really, to help my daughter.

Lauren TourleThe wild animal ones look fab 🙂

Angela KellyAny of the GCSE books would be great for our school library.

Rebecca PowellThe 3-5 books would be great

Hayley ToddI really like the sound of the KS1 Success Books for my daughter to support what she is learning in school!

Caroline SigneyAll the age 3-5 ones

Jill FairbanksKs1 success maths 5-7

christine nicholson3-5 maths numbers

Rebecca WilsonThe Key Stage Two books look like an excellent learning resource. xx

Claire WardKs1 maths

AnnaHKey stage 2 maths books would be so useful for my daughter!

Claire Matthews-CurtisThe math ks2 look really good for my children X

Caroline BellamyThe 3-5 range would be fab.

My sons only 1 but it would be good to be prepared

Karen HowdenI would like some of the GCSE ones please

Chris FletcherThe KS3 range of books – they would be very helpful!

Janet RumleyAge 3-5 Books, please

Lisa McalleyOh i will say the maths books as my kids would benefit from, especially my special needs son.

jackie beckettThe age 3-5 alphabet one looks fun

Joanna KasznickiThe KS2 books as my sons have just started in ks2

Nikki Hunter-PikeThe KS1 english books would be great for us!