World Book Day on 4 March 2021 is all about celebrating the magic of books and reading.
RNIB is proud to continue to support World Book Day's mission to give every child and young person a book of their own, by making 13 titles available in audio (DAISY CD) and braille.
Organised by UNESCO, World Book Day is marked in more than 100 countries around the world, with 2021 being the 24th year of celebrations.
World Book Day organisers are encouraging parents, children and young people of all ages to spend at least 10 minutes a day sharing a book together and celebrate reading for pleasure, helping to promote wellbeing for everyone.
Reading can open up a world of possibilities and enhance the imagination, which is why it is so important for every child (and adult) to be able to enjoy the books of their choice.
There’s a Wolf in Your Book by Tom Fletcher
What the Ladybird Heard (Playscript) by Julia Donaldson
Gigantosaurus: Dino-Spot by Jonny Duddle
Luna Loves World Book Day by Joseph Coehlo
Protect the Planet by Jess French
Football School by Alexander Bellos and Ben Lyttleton
Planet Omar: Operation Kind by Zanib Mian
The River Whale by Sita Brahmachari
Skysteppers by Katherine Rundell
Little Badman and the Radioactive Samosa by Humza Arshad and Henry White
Skulduggery Pleasant: Apocalypse Kings by Derek Landy
Killjoy by Holly Jackson
Ha Ha Cnec by Huw Aaron