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Top reads: March 2020

These are certainly strange times – with new rules about social distancing and self-isolation many of you will be at home most of the day now. (Our editor Rebecca is working from home while writing this blog post.) We hope you finding time for some reading. If you’ve run out of books – and your family uses the public library (we hope you do!) – you might be able to use your library membership to access books on BorrowBox. If you’re interested, ask a parent to see www.borrowbox.com for instructions. (Alphabet Soup is not associated with BorrowBox in any way, we just like to keep kids reading!)

And, of course, it’s the last day of March, so here are the March recommendations from members of our Top Reads Team*:

 

You’ll find a recommended list from our Top Reads Team on the last day of every month (February to November). If you’d like even more recommendations, browse all through all our Top Reads ever!

*All our Top Readers are kids aged 13 and under. No grownups allowed!

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This post was added by Rebecca Newman. Rebecca is a children's writer and poet, and the editor of the Australian children's literary blog, Alphabet Soup. For more about Rebecca visit: rebeccanewman.net.au.