FRIDAY 3RD APRIL

9am – 10 Minute Challenge with a new author each day on the Authorfy website

OR – David MacPhail is reading from his Thorfinn book over on Youtube

9.30am – Pie Corbett is running a daily podcast with fun activities

10am – Damien Love will be talking about his new book, Monstrous Devices on the #ToppstaBookClub on Twitter (@toppsta )

 + Ed Vere how-to-draw on his website

 + AF Harrold is releasing a poetry podcast on his website

+ Konnie Huq is releasing fun creative writing videos on Youtube

+ Seven Stories & Andersen Press are running a storytime on Facebook

10.30am – Litfilm Fest daily writing videos on Youtube

11am –  Jonathan Emmett will be reading his picture book, Bringing Down the Moon, illustrated by Vanessa Cabban on Facebook

+ Steve Antony is running a Mr Panda session on Twitter (@MrSteveAntony)

+ David Walliams is reading a story from The World’s Worst Children, on Soundcloud

12pm – Sarah Crossan is running poetry workshops and bookish chats (for ages 11+) on her Instagram channel (@Sarahcrossanwriter)

2.30pm – Piers Torday will be reading The Last Wild on Instagram Live (@piers_torday)

3pm – Nosy Crow are releasing a free picture book, which you can read along to on their website

– James Mayhew Storytime over on Youtube

3.30pm – Kwame Alexander will be reading The Crossover on Insta (@kwamealexander)

4pm – Matt Brown will reading his book on Facebook (@MattBrownWriter) and then chatting about writing etc.

4.30pm – Paul Morton will be launching his new book, Bug Belly on Insta (@hot.frog)

5pm – RJ Palacio will be reading Wonder LIVE on Twitter (@rjpalacio)

– Picture book author/illustrator Chris Haughton is doing a reading on his Facebook page (@abitlost)

 Mo Willems invites you to his daily doodle over on the Kennedy Centre Website

– Sit back and listen to Nosy Crow’s Book at Bedtime over on their website

6pm – M.G. Leonard will be reading her new book, The Tale of a Toothbrush Live on Insta (@mglnrd)

7pm – Oliver Jeffers is reading Once Upon an Alphabet over on Instagram

 

Go to www.booktrust.org.uk  then scroll down to the HomeTime Hub

Enjoy story-time with their free online books and videos, play games, win prizes, test your knowledge in book-themed quizzes, or even learn how to draw some of your favourite characters.

 

 

 

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