Win a set of brand-new Hero Academy reading books
29 July 2020
Boost your child’s reading superpowers with Oxford University Press.
The summer holidays can be a really busy time for families, but 10 to 15 minutes of reading together every day is one of the best ways parents can help children with their learning.
Aside from the educational benefits, regular story time can also offer a bit of respite from hectic family life and allow families to curl up, read together and bond.
So we’ve teamed up with Oxford University Press to help you boost your child's reading superpowers at home over the summer.
About Hero Academy
Read with Oxford is an exciting range of levelled reading books with six distinct stages from first steps to independent reading, so parents can easily choose the best books to help their child learn to read.
New to the collection is Hero Academy, an action-packed series of chapter books, ideal for children aged six to eight who are starting to read independently.
Books with short chapters are a great way to build reading stamina and confidence, and these stories come with tips for parents to help develop reading skills and fun after-reading activities to make reading fun while reinforcing comprehension.
Packed with dynamic CGI-style illustrations, these stories are particularly perfect for fans of comics and reluctant readers.
How to enter
To win one of five sets of the six new Hero Academy reading books, simply fill in the form and answer the question at the bottom of this page.
To learn more about Read with Oxford, access lots of reading activities and free eBooks, and find the right stage for your child head, click the button below.
Mumsnet T&Cs apply. Competition closes 28 August 2020.