World Book Day books and quiz from Cheshire West and Chester Libraries
Cheshire West and Chester libraries will be swapping thousands of new books in return for vouchers on Saturday 7 March. Schools all over the borough will be distributing the £1 book tokens to children and young people.
The list of available books is wide-ranging, from Bing and Supertato to books by Captain Underpants author Dave Pilkey to more complex reads like “Split” by Muhammad Khan. The normal time for the giveaway will be 9.30am to 12.30pm but readers are advised to check with their local library for variations.
In addition, a special World Book Day quiz will be available in all Cheshire West Libraries until the end of the day on Saturday 7 March, with the chance to win a £10 book token.
The complete list of World Book Day books available are:
- “Supertato: Books are rubbish” by Sue Hendra
- “Evie in the jungle” by Matt Haig
- “Dog Man” by Dav Pilkey
- “Amelia Fang and the Bookworm Gang” by Laura Ellen Anderson
- “The day we met the Queen” by Onjali Q Rauf
- “Kid Normal and the loudest library” by Greg James and Chris Smith
- “The case of the drowned pearl” by Robin Stevens
- “My awesome guide to getting good at stuff” by Matthew Syed
- “Undercover: the classified files” by Anthony Horowitz
- “Split” by Muhammad Khan
- “Kissing booth road trip” by Beth Reekles
- “Bing’s splashy story”
- “Where are you Puffling?” by Gerry Daly
We have a limited number of books to give away at each library so copies of all of the books will also be made available to loan via Cheshire West and Chester Libraries. Joining is free of charge and simple, with no need for identification. The approval of a parent or guardian is needed for children to join.