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Six Nosy Crow books included in the 2018 Summer Reading Challenge

Summer Reading Challenge

The book collection for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge has been announced, and we’re absolutely thrilled to see that six Nosy Crow titles are on the list!

The Summer Reading Challenge encourages children aged 4 to 11 to read six books during the long summer holiday, to keep up their reading skills and confidence.

Children receive special rewards each time they finish a book and there’s a certificate for everyone who completes the Challenge. The Summer Reading Challenge is open to all primary school aged children and is designed for all reading abilities. Schools work with local libraries and give out information to encourage children to take part, and most libraries run Summer Reading Challenge linked early years activity for pre-schoolers.

There’s a different theme each year – this year’s theme is Mischief Makers.

There are four Nosy Crow titles included in this year’s younger books selection – here’s a look at each.

The Knight Who Said “No”!, written by Lucy Rowland and illustrated by Kate Hindley, is included in this year’s collection – here’s a look inside the book:

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This Zoo is Not For You, written and illustrated by Ross Collins, is also featured in this selection – here’s a look inside:

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The Invincibles: The Beast of Bramble Woods, written by Caryl Hart and illustrated by Sarah Warburton, has been included in this year’s collection – here’s a look inside:

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And Wigglesbottom Primary: Super Dog, written by Pamela Butchart and illustrated by Becka Moor, is also included in this year’s collection – here’s a look inside:

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And there are also two Nosy Crow titles included in this year’s older books selection – here’s a look at each.

Running on Empty, by S. E. Durrant, is included in the collection – here’s a look inside:

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And finally, The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day, by Christopher Edge, has been included – here’s a look inside the book:

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You can find out more about the Summer Reading Challenge, and read this year’s complete book collections, here.

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