There are some incredible authors and companies who have made content available free online during this time.
The best of these will be gathered together here so we can build a kind of online library (but one where there's no need to wait in a reservations queue!)
We'd love to hear about what you've been reading and listening to online so please post your recommendations in the thread!
Audible have made lots of their audio books for children and young adults free to listen to online. Click on the link to explore!
If you like 'Big Nate', 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' and the 'Weird but True' series, you'll love this app!
Packed with a fantastic range of comic books, chapter books and non-fiction series, Epic! is free to schools till the end of June.
Accept the invitation sent to your school e-mail address and enter GCMS' class code.
Harry Potter at Home
Listen to Stephen Fry read the whole of Harry Potter's first adventure, free throughout April.
Does that set you wondering which Hogwarts' House the Sorting Hat would place you in?
Maybe you want to learn how to draw Fantastic Beasts or quiz on Harry's first year?
Visit the Harry Potter at Home Hub for an ever-changing spellbook of wizarding activities!
Can't get enough of The Library of Doom? Itching for more caped crusades with Batman?
Follow the link to myON where loads of our favourite Accelerated Reader books are now available online.
World Book Day's World of Stories
Love hanging out in 'The 13-Storey Treehouse' and adventuring with 'The Bolds'?
Head over to World Book Day's World of Stories where you can listen to a fantastic range of fiction for children and young adults.
The World of David Walliams
Want to find out what naughty really looks like?!
Listen to a story about one of the World's Worst Children every day until April 22nd, courtesy of The World of David Walliams!