Read On Nottingham Literacy Champions have been busy introducing Nottingham families to each of the World Book Day books for 2022. Watch the videos below to find out more about each of them!
You can also check out these links to find exciting activities and games to inspire your kids and support their reading.
- Find Read On Nottingham on Facebook!
- Our Words for Life site is packed with ideas for fun, family activities that support children's reading, writing and speaking at home.
- Sign up to your local Nottingham library and find out more about services and activities on their website.
- Schools and settings can find out more about resources from the National Literacy Trust here.
- Find out more about World Book Day plus resources and activities for parents and families on the World Book Day website.
Which book will you choose?
Rocket Rules! Ten Little Ways to Think Big
Local author and Literacy Champion Gareth Peter tells us about this book by Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola - the perfect picture book for little ones aged 0-6.
Hey Duggee: The World Book Day Badge
Literacy Champion Moattar tells us about this book in both English and in Urdu! This book is the perfect adventure for little ones aged 0-6.
Dinosaur Roar and Friends!
Literacy Champion Jane tells us about this non-fiction book by Peter Curtis and Jeanne Willis – a brilliant book for little ones aged 2-6 who think dinosaurs are ROAR-some!
You can also Read and Explore 'Dinosaur Roar' on Words for Life!
Jemima the Pig and the 127 Acorns
Literacy Champion Halinka tells us about this book by Michael Morpurgo in English and in Polish – it’s perfect for early readers aged 5-8.
The Worst Class in the World in Danger!
Literacy Champion Deepika and her son Iniyan tell us about this book by Joanna Nadin – a hilarious adventure for children aged 5-7.
The Last Word
Literacy Champion Ify tells us about this hilarious book by Ben Bailey Smith – perfect for children aged 9-11.
Think Like a Boss: Discover the skills that turn great ideas into CASH
Literacy Champion Lateef tells us about this book by Rashmi Sirdeshpande and Adam Hayes - a brilliant introduction to money and business for children aged 7-9.
The Very Very Very Very Very Very Very Silly Book of True or False
Literacy Champion Kylie tells us about this book by Matt Lucas – perfect for very very very funny kids aged 6-9!
The Wizard and Me: More Misadventures of Bubbles the Guinea Pig
Literacy Champion Linzi tells us about this book by Simon Farnaby and Claire Powell – a hilarious story for readers aged 8-10.
Peak Peril: A High-Rise Mystery
Literacy Champion Jon shares this mystery by Sharna Jackson – a brilliant book for readers aged 8-11.
Check out the full list of World Book Day 2022 books here.