To support schools that don't currently use our shared ebooks collections, we've linked up with our ebook partner OverDrive to help make our collections as accessible as possible and we're now able to offer all our schools a 50% discount.
The discount applies to UK Schools only for our Primary ebooks NOW and Secondary ebooks NOW shared collections and ends on the 31st July 2020.
Please take a look at the order forms at the bottom of this page for prices or contact us for more information.
Our ebook partners OverDrive are supporting The Reading Agency's Summer Reading Challenge 2020 by hosting 31 of the chosen challenge titles in the Primary ebooks NOW! collection. There are also more titles to be added very soon.
The extensive eBook collections to engage all your learners
Quality resources from renowned children's publishers
Our collections are sourced from a variety of children's publishers including Harper Collins, Bloomsbury and Penguin Random House and every ebook has been carefully chosen by educational content experts, with a focus on encouraging reading for pleasure.
Huge variety of genres and text types
From bedtime stories narrated by Lenny Henry to Roald Dahl classics, Philip Pullman and J.K Rowling, Primary and Secondary ebook collections are the easy way to appeal to all your students.
Easy to use
Existing Reading Cloud login information is used to authenticate users securely, so there's no additional management requirements. Students can also use the award-winning Sora app to access their ebooks.
Encourage reading outside school
Our eBooks for schools can be used on PC's, laptops, mobiles and tablets so they're ideal for keeping students interested in reading at the weekend or in the school holidays.
Primary eBooks Collection
Primary eBooks NOW! collection
There are over 1,700 titles in our curated, shared collection for Primary Schools from renowned publishers such as Harper Collins, Bloomsbury, Penguin Random House and Nosy Crow.
The Primary eBooks NOW! collection includes an incredibly diverse range of titles and so it can be used flexibly to support different topics and areas of the curriculum over the course of the academic year.