Over the holidays we're planning to add more authors, stories, videos, quizzes and puzzles. Please keep coming back to see what's new - we'd love to see you again!
Lavenham Children’s Book Festival has gone on-line, with an exciting collection of authors, artists and musicians to keep you entertained. Listen to Michael Morpurgo reading a story or discover from Zeb Soanes what Gaspard the Fox got up to next. If you’re dotty about dinosaurs there are quizzes and riddles to test your knowledge, and if you’d like to draw even better Shoo Rayner will show you how. Love tales of mystery? Then visit The House of a Hundred Clocks. Discover why Fergal the Dragon is fuming and how he gets on at Dragon Day camp.
Want to have fun in the kitchen, with revolting recipes to freak out your friends? Turn to the Activities section, it’s all here in the Bookworms' Bonanza!
It’s easy to find your way around the site. Click on a book cover below and you’ll be taken to its author’s page where you can choose lots of stories and activities.
Come on in – and have fun!
You might remember Zeb Soanes and Gaspard, the little fox who visits him in London. If you do, or if you don’t, come and meet them here, together with James Mayhew, who draws the pictures to Zeb’s stories. There’s much to do here! Cooking, Loo rolls… There’s also some music which Chris Warner composed for Gaspard’s adventures, and more from Chris.
Bookworms' Bonanza Global Challenge
How many miles to Lavenham?
There's a prize each month for the reader who lives the furthest away from Lavenham, the beautiful village in Suffolk, England from where this children's book festival is organised. Email us if you think you're our globally furthest-flung reader, and you could win one of the books featured in Bookworms' Bonanza!