World Book Day 4 March 2021: Celebrate With Us
With most children currently stuck at home, it is essential that they can escape into a good book – which is why World Book Day is more important than ever. As World Book Day vouchers cannot be used online, we will not be stocking the official World Book Day books this year - but we are still bursting with ideas and inspiration for finding stories that families can share and enjoy together. And you can join in the fun with a host of online events for different ages here.
Words and Pictures: Bringing Reading to Life
A selection of terrific tales boasting incredible illustration for ages 4+
Books to Make You LOL
Discover the best funny fiction for ages 7+
Books and the Real World
Our pick of great books about the world today for ages 9+
Reading is Power
Empowering books to change the way you see the wolrd for ages 13+
Hand-picked classics old and new
In a deeply personal piece, the acclaimed picture book author of The Invisible discusses child poverty and his own childhood experiences.
Catherine Doyle, author of The Storm Keeper's Battle, reflects upon the books that she returns to again and again.
The author of The Last Bear selects her top books for young readers on nature, animals and the impact of climate change.
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