Open Library lets you access your local library, its books, computers and spaces even while the building is unstaffed. Just talk to a member of staff and they’ll add the extra access to your library card. If there’s no member of staff available, give the library a call on 01603 774777. If you’re under 16Continue reading “Reading Update: Access your local library even when it is unstaffed.”
Did you know, you can get free eBooks and eAudio books online through Norfolk library service? Register at your local library. https://norfolk.overdrive.com/
Read eBooks for Free Use the Norfolk Libraries service to read ebooks for free. Sign in to OverDrive using your Library number.
Tips for Reading with your children …from SeussVille This site gives some good tips for reading, plus there are loads of other resources.
Norfolk Libraries Visit the Norfolk Libraries page for more information about how to get a library card and when you can go to you local library. https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/libraries-local-history-and-archives/libraries
Information from Pearson 1. Make books a part of family life – Always have books around at home. That way you and your children are ready to get reading, even if it’s only for ten minutes. 2. Join your local library – Get your child a library card. They’ll be able to get their hands on hundreds of fantasticContinue reading “Top 10 tips to help children enjoy reading – From Pearson”
Reading with your child (information from Booktrust.org.uk) Tips for reading with children of any age Set aside some time Find somewhere quiet without any distractions – turn off the TV/radio/computer. Ask your child to choose a book Sharing books they have chosen shows you care what they think and that their opinion matters. This meansContinue reading “Reading Tips from Book Trust”