r dahl story day


13th September 2021

Join in the global celebration of Roald Dahl stories this September with Roald Dahl Story Day. Marked on the 13th of September, celebrate your favourite Roald Dahl characters, stories and moments with fans the world over. Visit the Roald Dahl Day hub for lots of fun activities and ways to celebrate.

Did you know Roald Dahls’s books are some of the most popular with children who visit Nottingham City Libraries?  Why not visit your local library and borrow one today….

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Throw your own Story Day Party!

The official Roald Dahl Story Day Party Pack for 2021 is here! Take a peek inside to discover puzzles, craft ideas and even a competition to download – there’s not a moment to lose! Check out the Party Pack link below.

Visit the main website for quizzes to find out How scary you are or How smelly you are …in true Dahl fashion, or for more about Roald Dahl and his characters:

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Borrow a book or eBook from your local library

Wanting to read a specific Dahl title?  Order online using the library catalogue – remember children can always reserve for free!  Or call into your local library and see what’s on the shelves…

Have you tried an eBook?  If not why not give them a go?  Lots of children’s titles available to read on your phone or tablet….. find out how below:


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