Comic books

Comic books can be a great way of interesting children who aren’t enthusiastic readers. Comics are often filled with high-energy plots, beautiful illustrations and engaging language, and can be more accessible to reluctant readers than text-only books.

To highlight the power of comics in improving literacy skills, we spoke to the UK’s comics laureate, put together a list of suggested comics, created a tool for helping children to make their own comics and much more…

Children’s comics for all ages
Children’s comics for all ages
Introduce your child to the world of comics with our suggested reads
Comic books giveaway
Comic books giveaway
31 copies of exciting comic books up for grabs
Interview with comic book artist Charlie Adlard
Interview with Charlie Adlard
We speak to the new UK comics laureate


Literacy tips
Literacy tips
Harness the power of comics to engage reluctant readers
Make your own comic strip
Make your own comic strip
Make your own comic strip with our fun DIY tool
How to draw an alien
How to draw an alien
Draw something out of this world with this downloadable guide

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