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Our big prize draw is back, giving you the chance to win £5,000/€5,000 of National Book Tokens for a school's library and a £100/€120 of National Book Tokens to spend on yourself!
Owner of Tales On Moon Lane bookshop and author of Dragon World, Tamara, prescribes the best reads for young bookworms on World Book Day.
Kiran Millwood Hargrave tackles your bookish dilemmas – and five Caboodlers have won a signed copy of her book and a £15/€20 National Book Token!
Author of Asha & the Spirit Bird, Jasbinder Bilan, prescribes the best reads for young booklovers.
Author of Murder Most Unladylike, Robin Stevens, prescribes the best reads for young bookworms on World Book Day.
Cressida Cowell and Francesca Simon prescribe the best reads for young booklovers.
Abi Elphinstone, author of Rumblestar and The Dreamsnatcher series, prescribes the best reads for young booklovers.
Jeff Kinney is our Book Doctor for World Book Day, prescribing the best reads for young booklovers.
Chloe Coles, author of Bookshop Girl (and real-life children's bookseller extraordinaire), prescribes just the right read for book-loving children and teens.
Andy Griffiths, co-author of the hilarious Treehouse series, prescribes the best reads for junior bookworms.
James Catchpole, author of the brilliant picture book What Happened to You?, shares his top illustrated books for young booklovers that feature characters with disabilities or are true stories about famous disabled people.
We've picked 21 highly anticipated books children's published in the first half of the year.
Layla – expert bookseller at the fantastic Round Table Books – recommends 10 brilliant books for both children and adults written by Black authors.
We've created a list of ways to help children explore their love of books at home, from drawing book characters and sharing stories to virtual storytimes and free activities.
Author Katherine Rundell recommends her favourite adventure stories.
We asked children everywhere to create their own dazzling National Book Token designs for a chance to win a £10/€10 gift card – featuring their own artwork – for themselves and everyone in their class.
For this year's World Book Day, we challenged children to make their mark on their very own gift card to win National Book Tokens for themselves and their school.
We revealed the answers for the latest game. 10 children each won a £10/€10 National Book Token and a bundle of 14 fantastic books from publisher Knights Of.
We received thousands of fantastic designs. The talented winners have won a £10/€10 National Book Token for each of their classmates.
See which school received £5,000 of National Book Tokens – that's enough to buy hundreds of new books for their library and encourage a lifelong love of reading.
See which talented young writers won our short story competition – and a £200 National Book Token each!
Help young readers guess which book characters live on the islands in our fun games.
Our bookshelves have fallen down and we've lost some of our books titles! Can you help us find the missing words?
From Hogsmead to Treasure Island, take our fun quiz on 10 locations in children's literature.
Play our quiz feauring 20 questions about 20 World Book Day authors to celebrate 20 years.
Guess which characters live on the islands in our Book Island Challenge.
Win £5,000/€5,000 of National Book Tokens for your chosen school's library, plus £100/€120 to spend on yourself.