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Calling all teachers! Want to spark your pupils' imaginations this World Book Day?

Did you know that Usborne do book events? We have an army of over 5,000 Independent Usborne Organisers working in schools in the UK and Europe helping teachers and pupils to celebrate all things literary.

Let us help you create an event that your pupils will be talking about for months to come! From book fairs to reading competitions to author events, your local Usborne Organiser will be happy to plan and deliver an event that is tailor-made to the needs of your school and pupils.

Leave the hassle behind this World Book Day and let someone else do the hard work for you - completely free of charge! Refresh your library or classrooms with exciting new titles and enthuse your pupils with a love of reading for pleasure, all without touching any of your budget.*

And here's the really exciting part:

Book an event with an Usborne Organiser for World Book Day 2020 and your school will be entered into a prize draw to win an author event so you can carry on the celebrations well after the day itself! Plus, there will be extra prizes for second and third places so even more schools can win!

1st Prize: A free Author Event for your school (this will be a virtual event over Skype for the European schools)

2nd Prize: A class set (32 copies) of a title of your choice from the Usborne range

3rd Prize: £50 worth of books of your choice from the Usborne range for three primary schools in the UK and three in Europe, and three secondary schools in the UK and three in Europe.

For your chance to win one of these amazing prizes, simply book an event for World Book Day with your Usborne Organiser and they'll do the rest! If you aren't already in contact with an Independent Usborne Organiser, simply fill in this form and we'll connect you with one.

Make your World Book Day 2020 the best one yet! 

*Please note that author visits incur an author fee. This fee will not apply to winners of the free author event as part of the terms of our competition.

Lucy Raby, Usborne Books at Home

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