This year's Challenge has come to an end but that doesn't mean the end of the Summer Reading Challenge website. It's still live and there's loads of fun to be had for children aged four to eleven.
What's on the site
Why not start with the book sorter where there are over 290,000 books to choose? It's a perfect tool to help kids find a new book to read because all of the books have been recommended by children.
Then there's the reading club. At the Reading Club there'll be a featured author each month. Kids can really get to know each author. There'll be book recommendations and reviews from other children too.
Librarians will be blogging regularly on the site. They'll be talking about what they get up to in the library, what it's like running a Chatterbooks reading group, recommending books to read and answering any questions from children.
Remember our fantastic finish the story competition? Well we'll be announcing the winners on the site in October.
And if that's not enough, there'll be new competitions each month and brand new badges for children to collect.
Head to the Summer Reading Challenge website to find out more. Children aged 13 and under can sign up to the site with the permission of a parent or guardian.
Parents can talk to each other and share medal ceremony photos on our facebook page.
If your child has enjoyed taking part in the 2013 Challenge please consider donating to our Summer Reading Challenge campaign and help us reach more children in 2014. It only costs £3 for three disadvantaged children to take part in the Challenge for free. Please donate £3 to our campaign by texting READ06 £3 to 70070 or by visiting justgiving.com/SummerReadingChallenge.