Oxford Owl has a selection of e-books for your child to read. They include some Read Write Inc. levelled books.
You can access Oxford Owl by entering the below username and password.
Username (choose whichever is the class teacher's name):
The National Oak Academy
The National oak Academy are uploading a new online book each week and downloadable activities.
Books for Topics
Books for Topics have created QR codes which link directly to YouTube videos of authors reading their famous books. Book are available to listen to from Ages 3 to 11.
If you have a library card, you can download the Borrowbox app and read 1000s of quality books and audiobooks for free. You will need to download the app called Adobe Editions as the books are read inside this app.
Adobe Editions: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/adobe-digital-editions/id952977781 (both are also available on android)
Coronavirus support books
There's no doubt that we find ourselves in the most unusual of times and in response, a small number of specially produced books have been created during this time for free reading online.
'Coronavirus: A Book for Children' - To help children to understand more about the coronavirus, the publishers at Nosy Crow have made a new picture book available to download for free, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler. Click here to download the book.
'Everybody Worries' by Jon Burgerman - The publishers at Oxford Owl have made this picture book available to read online for FREE to help children understand feelings of anxiety about Coronavirus. Click here to read the book online.
'Staying Home' by Sally Nicholls & Viviane Schwarz - Free from Andersen Press, this is a picture book featuring a family of energetic raccoons going through a day in lockdown with no school, nursery or work – and explaining to the youngest members of the family how they’re doing their part to save lives just by staying at home. Download it here.
'Winnie and Wilbur Stay at Home' by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul - Popular duo Winnie and Wilbur are back in a new, free ebook about staying at home. At first they find it difficult. Wilbur likes to lick his paws to wash his face and Winnie’s attempts to join in with an online exercise class end in a tangle. But in the end, they discover staying at home can be just as magical as long as you have each other. Read the ebook for free here.