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10 September 2014

Once Upon a Time activity pack

Once upon a time The Reading Agency put together a very special Chatterbooks activity pack… This pack is all about sharing and telling stories. It has some great activities for your Chatterbooks children’s reading group, plus a selection of stories...

03 September 2014

Jacqueline Wilson activity pack

Delve into this exciting activity pack which celebrates the release of Jacqueline Wilson’s 100th book, ‘Opal Plumstead’, and features her other historical novels, the Hetty Feather series. Explore fun historical fiction with your Chatterbooks children’s reading group and talk about...

10 June 2014

Timmy Failure library poster

Timmy Failure library poster – Reading leads the way to greatness!

10 June 2014

Timmy Failure reading log

Got to keep track of all the good books you read – including Timmy Failure books!

10 June 2014

Timmy Failure detective kit

This detective kit is packed with activities for aspiring crime solvers everywhere, with a welcome letter from the Timmy Failure author-illustrator, Stephan himself!

23 February 2014

Colour in The Brave Beast

Three colouring-in sheets for The Brave Beast by Chris Judge.

24 January 2014

Barrington Stoke Chatterbooks activity pack

Chatterbooks have teamed up with publisher Barrington Stoke to bring you a fantastic activity pack specially designed to get struggling, reluctant and dyslexic children reading (and enjoying!) books. Get your Chatterbooks children’s reading group reviewing stories as well as writing...

23 October 2013

Action Dogs activity pack

Usborne has put together a brilliant activity pack full of puzzles and games around their series Action Dogs by Steve Barlow and Steve Skidmore.