Next week, when we return to school, we will be happy to hear about books read, activities undertaken or costumes made at home in celebration of World Book Day.
Meanwhile, after enjoying the snow, curl up with a book today and tomorrow and check out some of the activities on http://www.worldbookday.com
Thank you very much to the Mills Family for a useful heads up!
In the meantime, if you find yourself snowed in tomorrow, go ahead and celebrate World Book Day anyway, dress up if you’d like to, but most importantly, find time in the day to share a story, to read, to enjoy books. Here are some fun ways you and the children and young people in your school or setting can still join in and Share A Story at home:
- Tune in to our online book shows
- Encourage children to start our fun Reach For The Stars Reading Challenge
- Find out the results of our poll to find the nation’s Top 100 Stories to Share
- Snuggle up on the sofa and listen to our 20 FREE FULL-LENGTH AUDIOBOOKS including The Lonely Beast, 13-Storey Treehouse, The Legend of Podkin One-Ear, Fish Boy and Rebel of the Sands
For lots more fun activities, visit www.worldbookday.com/ideas/share-a-story/
You can participate on social media with #shareastory. We look forward to hearing how you’re celebrating.
Happy reading and story sharing!
World Book Day Team
World Book Day