CHILDREN will be delighted to read their own personalized storybook that The Works offers for free.
Each of the usually £ 1 books are personalized to feature children’s names, and the stories center around birthdays, love, and even environmental issues.
Hundreds of books are on offer at all The Works stores, but since they don’t cost a dime to buy, the stock is unlikely to be around for long.
There are many variations offered and titles such as “Ethan is the greatest” or “Max saves the oceans”.
You should be able to choose a version that includes your child’s name in the title, but it’s not guaranteed to be in store.
The freebie was spotted on British group Extreme Couponing and Bargains on Facebook where eagle-eyed bargain hunters alerted the community to take advantage of the giveaway.
How to get your hands on FREE children’s books
There are many other ways to get kids to read on little or no budget – here’s how to claim free children’s books as shown on MoneySavingExpert:
- Audible offers a whole range of children’s audiobooks that you can download for free – you don’t need to register and you can just choose what you want and stream it.
- The Little Free Library project is a community book exchange where anyone can leave or borrow a book from the tiny crib-sized libraries found outside people’s homes or in playgrounds or bus shelters across the UK. United.
- Amazon contains many classic Kindle books that are always free, from Black beauty at The jungle Book. You just have to check what’s on the list of free classics.
- Apple Books also has a “free books” section, you just need to make sure the app is downloaded if you have an Apple product and search for the section to claim.
- Your local library will have a huge collection of books that you can rent for free – you won’t be able to keep them indefinitely as they will have a due date, but you can always keep checking out the same book if you can’t get enough of it.
- World Book Day Tokens can be used to redeem for a free book in supermarkets. Your child’s school will distribute them, but you can only claim the freebies once a year.
One shopper spotted both a cart and bin full of free books in The Works Whitefriagate, while another found several shelves stacked with the books in The Works Kettering.
Free books come with a friendly note that says “please help yourself” encouraging shoppers to pick up the products when they visit the store.
If you want to grab one for yourself, you can use The Work’s find a store to locate the nearest one, but it will be necessary to be quick because the offer will last only as long as the stock will last.
The freebies are only available in store as the offer is not online, although the retailer has other book offers like a Set of 10 £ 10 children’s picture books this works out to £ 1 per pound.
AT Not in the main street, you can buy personalized children’s story books for £ 10, but although they’re currently reduced by 20% from £ 12.50, they still cost a lot more than the freebies offered by The Works.
We’ve reached out to The Works to understand the nature of the goodwill gesture, and we’ll keep you updated when they get back to us.
It comes as children missed months of learning at school during the duration of the pandemic and families faced financial instability that sometimes could not extend to purchasing new books. ‘last year.
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