We hope you have a great time with all your favourite books, comics, audio books, blogs, or whatever you like to read. And wherever you like to read – in bed, in the bath, up a tree in the garden – it’s up to you, as long as you have fun! Here the fun continues – have a play with our Storymaker to see what story you can create.
Even if you’re not doing a Readathon right now, you can check out this page for fun games and stuff to do with reading.
Check out the Storymaker, amazing videos, author interviews and fun things to do.
Be a 30-second author with our ever-popular Storymaker Game. Fun for all ages!!
The brilliant thing about stories is that they don't just live in books – they can be found in cartoons, films, animations, audio – literally anywhere! Watch these videos to find more great stories and more about reading – who knows what you will discover!
J.K. Rowling and Audible have made Stephen Fry’s compelling narration of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone freely available. Nearly ten hours or pure listening joy!
The brilliant author-illustrator Tom Percival reads a chapter from Attack of the Heebie Jeebies every day. It’s the most delightful way for to get caught up in a great story! Thanks Tom, and publisher Macmillan, for sharing!
The kind folk at Bloomsbury publishers have made Radio 1’s Greg James and Chris Smith’s audio version of Kid Normal available free on Audible. As the book says, you don’t need superpowers to be a hero!
The irrepressible David Walliams reads his books for elevenses, and there’s lots more to be found on his jam-packed website. Have a dig around – there’s lot of fun to be had!
Rob Biddulph has the most captivating series of videos for budding illustrators.
Dive into a magical world and check out all things Potter at Wizarding World.
Test your secret agent skills with these Alex Rider top secret activities.
Play with Big and Little Nutbrown Hare in these fun activities.
If you've got access to a printer download our word searches and colour in sheets – perfect for when you've had enough of looking at screens or need something fun to do on paper! There's also a poster for your bedroom door to let everyone know what you're reading!