About Books and Book Reviews
Did you know on our library system you can leave book reviews and give star ratings for books you've read? Why not do this and let everyone know what you thought about it?
You will need your library login for this - please see or email Mrs Parr if you don't know it. Contact details are at the bottom of the main library page. And remember to log out when you're finished!
The place to go for suggested reading and great booklists! By topic, year group, key stage, favourite non-fiction and more.
Have you ever wondered "What comes next?" when you're reading a really good book? Children's Book Sequels is here to help you discover the right order of any series from Harry Potter to Biggles. There are lots of links to authors' websites full of information, fun and games. Read my blog to discover latest news, additions and updates and find our page on Facebook
This website includes activities based on over 200 carefully chosen books. Great book related activities, family book reviews, books and illustrations, reading with your child, themes.
Read free opening chapter extracts of thousands of books plus videos, activities, recommendations, booklists and more.
Free home learning packs: Fairy Tales; Nature and Animals. Author interviews and other free resources including The Owl and the Pussycat and The Velveteen Rabbit. App available to buy on the AppStore.
Free resources include book extracts, book recommendations, new titles, author information, booklists, reading ideas. Links to Kidszone and Familyzone for more activities and book-related stuff.
Children's book review website with over 11,000 reviews from children, parents, teachers and librarians.
Browse books by title, author, illustrator, series, age of children and read first chapter extracts. Great site. Why not send them a review of a book you've read?
Use this excellent resource to help you find books you might enjoy. If you've already enjoyed stories by one author, use this to find others who write in a similar way. The links that have been made between authors are based on genre and theme, styles of writing or similar aspects of characterisation and settings.
The most popular titles by each author are listed and the information is arranged in four age groups: 5-7, 8-11, 12-14 and 14+. Who Next ...? also suggests suitable titles for dyslexic and reluctant readers.
Speak with or email Mrs Parr for a login for this site if you don't already have it.
Excellent site. Not just for World Book Day but all year round!