Please find below some useful advice and support for our young people and their families.
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'Booky' things to do!
I’ve been having a look around to see what sites offer ‘booky’ type activities – some even offer some free reading. These are just some of the best ones I have come across but there are probably more – if you have found any, feel free to add them in a comment. Stay safe and read on ??
Plenty of activities listed here to do, including some of their favourites from other websites:
Listen to children’s authors interviews including excerpts from their books. Cressida Cowell, David Walliams and many more:
This looks fun….a Harry Potter themed online escape room:
David Walliams is reading his fantastic books at 11am each day and lots of other activities to do on his website:
Oxford Owl have a limited list of free ebooks to read – you just have to do a quick easy registration.
Book Trust have a ‘home time’ page which is updated each day with different author screenings and activities:
Some cool things to do on here, how to draw a Gruffalo, make a mini book and a Jacqueline Wilson interview:
World Book Online
World Book Online have just made their fabulous collection of over 3,000 ebooks and audiobooks available for free for children to access at home. They have books suitable for all ages. Click on the following link to access them.