Children in England will be able to access books online free during school closures via a virtual library.
Internet classroom Oak National Academy 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 aim is to increase young readers’ access to e-books and audiobooks, particularly the most disadvantaged.
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