Take the summer reading challenge with Books2Door

Star Wars

We are on countdown to the summer holidays and after 18 months of unsettled schooling, being in and out of lockdown, I am keen for as normal a summer as possible.

One thing I will be encouraging the kids to do is read, as continuing reading throughout the holiday’s the perfect way for your child to pursue his/her individual interests and at the same time maintain and strengthen important reading skills such as vocabulary and comprehension.

We recently took the Summer Reading Challenge with Books2Door, who select books that they know children love, from treasured classics to the latest must-have series and all at affordable prices

The kids chose a box set each, with Sebby opting for Star Wars Jedi Academy, Eliza choosing the Ben Miller series and Isaac the Kid Normal books by Greg James.

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46 thoughts on “Take the summer reading challenge with Books2Door

  1. Kim Carberry says:

    My youngest is so into Anime and Manga so I would put it towards the Bakuman Complete Set 1-20 Books in Box Set x

  2. Teresa Lee says:

    The Unicorn Academy Box Set & The Roald Dahl Collection Box Set

  3. Sarah Cooper says:

    The Famous Five series

  4. Ruth says:

    The Frozen books would go down a storm

  5. Rachel Walsh says:

    Would love the famous five set, I read those as a child so would love to share with my daughter now

  6. ruth roberts says:

    Horrible Histories Blood Curdling 20 Books Collection

  7. Suan Watts says:

    Michael Rosen Funny Stories 6 Book Collection – Paperback – Age 7-9

  8. Jane says:

    Winnie the pooh

  9. Rebecca Duncan says:

    The His Dark Materials trilogy !

  10. Dion Petrie says:

    My niece would go for Roblox where’s the Noob
    She loves Roblox

  11. clair downham says:

    dan brown collection

  12. Lorraine Williams says:

    My nephews would choose Space and dinosaur themes, their current interests

  13. Peter Watson says:

    I’d buy a couple of copies of the Harry Potter 4 Colouring Books Collection Set – Paperback – Warner Brothers.

  14. Dawn Samples says:

    These Reading Champions Developing Readers 30 Book Collection Level 6 to 10 (Series 2) – Ages 5-7 – Paperback would be perfect for my son x

  15. Emma says:

    I would choose some of the Oxford reading free books as that’s what my daughter is currently reading at school

  16. my youngest would love the Julia Donaldson collections

  17. Kathleen marsden says:

    Murderous Maths Collection 10 Books Box Set & The Power of Five 5 Books Collection by Anthony Horowitz

  18. Zoe C says:

    The Famous Five 21 books box set

  19. Natasha Mairs - Serenity You says:

    My son would love the Bear Grylls books

  20. Laura Johnson says:

    I would get the Enid Blyton The Magic Faraway Tree Collection 4 Books Box Set for my niece. As I loved those books when I was a kid.

  21. Angela Muir says:

    Winnie the Pooh

  22. Nuala says:

    For me I would be choosing a Tom Gates set for my son however he has already read a few so I would be trying to find the ones he has not read yet

  23. justine meyer says:

    The Roald Dahl boxset would be fab

  24. Kirsten Barthy says:

    Jane Austen bookset

  25. katherine s says:

    They would choose the The Mysterious Benedict Society Complete Series 5 Books Collection and the Robin Stevens, A Murder Most Unladylike Mystery 8 Books Set.

  26. kathcake2017 says:

    The Bear Grylls adventure box set

  27. kathcake2017 says:

    The Scott Pilgrim collection

  28. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Tom Gates books – the boys favourite

  29. Michelle Turner says:

    the Roald Dahl collection box set – and I would also read the ones I missed as a child myself!

  30. Helen Sherpa says:

    Scott Pilgrim 6 Books Collection

  31. Ursula Hunt says:

    I would buy the Horrible Histories Blood Curdling 20 Books Collection –

  32. Hannah Scudder says:

    The Topsy and Tim collection.

  33. lynn neal says:

    They would probably choose David walliams but I love Paddington so we would probably get some of each!

  34. Natalie Burgess says:

    The bear Grylls adventure books xx

  35. Annabel Greaves says:

    My son would love the Charles Dickens book set

  36. Michelle Smith says:

    Usborne my first reading library

  37. Natalie Crossan says:

    Anything Tom Gates related at the moment!

  38. Keith Hunt says:

    Mary Poppins 5 Book Collection

  39. ashleigh allan says:

    Bear Grylls Adventure books!

  40. Jo m welsh says:

    My daughter would love the bear-grylls-adventure book set

  41. Catherine McAlinden says:

    Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy amongst others

  42. Carly Belsey says:

    Usborne My First Reading Library 50 Book Collection – Ages 5-7 – Paperback

  43. Alice Dixon says:

    My children would probably like the My First Reading Library set

  44. Iain Maciver says:

    quite a few books i,m sure

  45. Melanie Stirling says:

    The Prophecies Begin Warriors would be at the top of the list and also Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Trilogy.

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