Your child has lost interest in reading despite having shelves of books, both read and unread. One night your child is approached by their book of fairy tales and warned that The Night of the Unread is approaching.
Having made as many preparations as possible, your child hero faces the rampaging onslaught of the Unread alone. Finally, the book of fairy tales breaks protocol and rallies the read books in defence of your child.
A slightly scary adventure, gently encouraging reluctant readers!
This story includes
the following information
about your child:
Full name including middle name(s) (if any.)
The name of a game or app your child regularly
uses on their mobile phone.
The name of your child’s class teacher.
Something in your child’s house that could be used
as a weapon
(eg cricket bat, golf club, umbrella, mop etc)
The name your child uses for 2 parent figures in the household (eg Mum or Daddy etc.)**
Your child has his/her own room.
Your child owns a book of fairy tales
that was read from a lot when they were young.*
Your child has a mobile phone that they can use in bed.
Your child has bookshelves with books that have been read and books that haven’t been read.
There are 2 parent figures (one male, one female)** and no siblings in the household.
* This can be changed to another well-read book that has been owned for many years at a cost of £1.50.
** This can be changed to 1 parent figure or 2 of the same gender for an additional £1.50.