Summer Reading

Summer Reading 2020-07-17T13:17:29+00:00


Yes, you read it right! Comixology offers free comics, all you need to do is register. If you have a Comixology or Amazon account you can read absolutely free. Go check out now at 

Alternatively to read free Detective comics simply download the DC app, sign in and scroll along to the ‘Free’ section where you’ll be able to download the comics onto your device. offers hundreds of titles which can be downloaded for free as PDFs or read online. Titles can be browsed by age group, or readers can search by author, title, or keyword. Have a look now at 

Enjoy the summer by spreading the laughs together.   The digital copies of Beano can be accessed here. There are free downloads available, check now The Golden Beano | Free Beano Comic on  

Become a member of and you can download 5 free books every month. Membership requires only a valid email address. Go find a Ebook now at

Learn the fun way! Dekko Comics are a series of comics that turn the school curriculum into accessible and highly enjoyable comic stories. The Dekko educational comics help a great deal to turn school lessons into engaging comic strips, smashing motivational barriers to reading and learning. For more info check


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Oxford Owl’s free eBook library collection is developed for children aged 3–11 years old. You can browse selections by age group, reading level, book type, or series. Genres include fiction, myths and legends, poetry, and more. Find your summer reads now at

To find out about the latest titles on YA Fiction head off to Love Reading!

Check out the latest ‘New Gen’ Great Fiction for Young Adults at Love Reading. Young Adult Fiction navigates emotional stories and characters searching for who they are.

You will find diverse genres, from Family Dramas to Fantasy with a stop off at Horror and Historical Fiction along the way. Check now Great Fiction Books for Young Adults

Check out the KS3 Suggested Summer Reading List here

Happy Reading!

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