Fun and Learning with HarperCollins Children's Books
Welcome to the HarperCollins Children’s Books Fun and Learning hub. Here you can find book recommendations and free activities for young readers of all ages, from pre-schoolers to teens!
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Storytime at the Barn with Michael Morpurgo
Fun and Learning with Picture Books
Our Planet Activity Sheets
Our Planet is the official children’s companion to the Netflix documentary series, written by Matt Whyman, illustrated by Richard Jones and with a special foreword by David Attenborough. Download this beautifully designed pack of activity sheets suitable for children aged 6+. It includes: a wordsearch, a wildlife quiz, a BOSH!… Read More
Learn to Draw Lottie Luna!
Download this clever step-by-step guide and learn how to draw werewolf extraordinaire, Lottie Luna for yourself! Based on the brilliant young fiction series by Vivian French, with illustrations throughout by Nathan Reed. Lottie Luna and the Bloom Garden and Lottie Luna and the Twilight Party are… Read More
Teaching Resources for Hubert Horatio: How to Raise Your Grown-Ups
A fantastic pack of resources for Hubert Horatio: How to Raise Your Grown-Ups, from Children’s Laureate and World Book Day author Lauren Child. Created for teachers and packed with fun activity sheets linked to the National Curriculum, these resources have been specially designed to… Read More
Fun and Learning for 8-12 year olds
Fun and Learning
Download this pack of beautifully designed teaching resources based on Michael Morpurgo’s Toto, suitable for pupils aged 7 and up. Toto is a surprising, charming and uplifting twist on The Wizard of Oz. Told by a very special and beloved character, Dorothy’s pet dog Toto, this is… Read More
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Listen to this extract from Pages & Co.: Tilly and the Lost Fairy Tales by Anna James, read by Aysha Kala!
Tilly Pages is a bookwanderer; she can travel inside books, and even talk to the characters she meets there. But Tilly’s powers are put to the test when fairytales start leaking book magic and causing havoc . . .
On a wintery visit to Paris, Tilly and her best friend Oskar bravely bookwander into the land of fairytales to find that characters are getting lost, stories are all mixed-up, and mysterious plot holes are opening without warning. Can Tilly work out who, or what, is behind the chaos so everyone gets their happily-ever-after?