Our interviews with authors on what they like best about books, and their tips for encouraging your children to enjoy reading and writing. Click here.
Play bingo with your child during Euro 2016. Match the phrases used by commentators during a game to the titles of books about football. Click here.
A gripping, football-themed page-turner of a detective story featuring crimefighting fan Danny Harte in his first case on the trail of a top player’s kidnapper.
A charmingly-illustrated, warm, family story about toddler Jay Jay. Every Sunday, he is taken to Grannie’s for dinner, where they share delicious food and he is fussed over by his many relatives.
A good book for children who are between picture and chapter books, the 12 sound effect buttons help to encourage new readers to follow and interact with this simple story.
If you like happy endings, don’t read the ‘Series of Unfortunate Events’, in which the Baudelaire siblings suffer all sorts of misfortunes!
A rib-tickling selection of silly poems by a range of old and new poets that children will enjoy dipping in and out of.
All our downloadable activities in one place. Spot the difference, Colouring, Craft, Mazes, Wordsearches and lots more. Click here.
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