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2,500 free books from national online bookseller to support World Book Night.

2,500 free books from national online bookseller to support World Book Night.

Snuggle up to one of 2,500 free books from Books2Door on 23rd April to mark the increasingly popular event, World Book Night.

This annual celebration is a continuation of literacy-related events that brings children and parents closer to a love for books in the comfort of their own home.

To show their support and passion for children’s reading, national online bookseller Books2Door is giving away an impressive 2,500 books for free on their website with any other purchase made. Customers can claim their free book from 23rd April until 30th April. 

There is also a fantastic ‘clearance’ section to take advantage of with books starting from as little £1 and plenty of book choices with free delivery.

With this in mind, parents can choose from 1000’s of books including fairy tale classics to must-have modern stories and box-set collections that will make the perfect addition to any child’s bookshelf. Books are available for children at every age and stage such as sensory and picture books for newborns, early learning titles for preschoolers and novels for teens or young adults.

Abdul Thadha, founder of Books2Door explains, “Our ethos is to support children by making books accessible and affordable all year round. Events such as World Book Night remind parents and families about the importance of reading in a fun-filled way which is why we are honoured to be participating in this occasion.

It’s a brilliant way to make reading fun at home and much like other reading events, we expect families to mark the night time occasion with their favourite books.”

Following on from the success of World Book Day in March which saw the national online bookseller pledge to give away thousands of free books, Books2Door is committed to supporting literacy events for families that bring children closer to books.

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