Oak National Academy Virtual Library - Free Book Access
Children in England can access books online free during school closures via a virtual library.
Internet classroom Oak National Academy have created the library after schools moved to remote learning for the majority of pupils until February half-term.
Formed with The National Literacy Trust, the library will provide a book a week from its author of the week. The first book to feature will be Dame Jacqueline Wilson's The Story Of Tracy Beaker, and will be available to access free for a week from 17th January.
The aim is to increase young readers' access to e-books and audiobooks, particularly the most disadvantaged.
Oak National Academy is funded by the Department for Education and has provided more than 28 million lessons since the start of the school term on 4 January.