Access books for free through Oak National Academy during lockdown
Children across the country will be able to access books online for free during school closures.
Oak National Academy, a Government-backed virtual school, is launching a virtual library so pupils can read books from popular children’s authors digitally during the latest lockdown.
The library, formed with The National Literacy Trust, has been launched after measures were taken to close schools in England to the majority of pupils until February half-term.
Children will be provided with a free-to-access book every week from the library’s author of the week.
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