• Cressida Cowell our Children’s laureate is reading aloud a chapter a day from How to Train your Dragon on her Youtube channel. This is the link
  • Helena Duggan is Reading a chapter a day from A Place Called Perfect.   This is the link. All the Chapters are available on her blog.
  • Tom Palmer is reading a Chapter a day of his new book D-day Dog on YouTube. This is the link to Chapter 1.
  • Tom Percival Attack of the Heebie Jeebies. Author and illustrator Tom Percival is reading a chapter of his new book each night on YouTube. A book which deals with anger and jealousy. This is the link
  • Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre have written a new story Thatch the Moon which is available free on Youtube. Sarah McIntyre has created an animation for the start of the story and then it is read by actress Amy Sutton.  This is the link. The first part is 20 minutes long and there are five parts altogether.
  • JK Rowling Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Daniel Radcliffe, David Beckham and other celebrities to read first Harry Potter book in full. The Harry Potter At Home project will post a video of each chapter online, with the audio also arriving on Spotify.  www.wizardingworld.com It is free but be aware that you have to sign up before you can access the videos.
  • Andy Stanton reads Mr Gum and the Biscuit Billionaire on YouTube.  This is the link
  • David Walliams has been reading aloud chapters from some of his books each day.   This is the link
  • Marcia Williams reading from her comic strip version of Romeo and Juliet and The Tempest on the Shakespeare week website. This is the link
  • Jacqueline Wilson Tracy Beaker is back with brand new stories in The Tracy Beaker Podcast. This is the link. If you haven’t used it before, a parent or carer will need to sign in the BBC sounds before you can listen.