Free bookmarks

Did you know 1 in 3 children in the UK don’t own a book? Surprising isn’t it? Finding your kids a good children’s book is a great way to encourage them to read. You can also print off our FREE bookmarks to help them mark the last page they read.

We’ve got 2 fun printable bookmark designs to pick. Choose from a space bookmark, or a flower bookmark. You can also personalise them with your child’s name.

Print out our free bookmarks:

Click on the bookmark you want, to download our free PDF.

What to do:

  • Fold the page down the dotted line with the bookmark facing you
  • Turn the page over and glue it together
  • Cut out the bookmark
  • Write your child’s name on it

So what’s your favourite childhood book? In our poll on goodtoknow, the
overwhelming winner with 31% of the vote was Enid Blyton’s Famous Five, followed by The Magic Faraway Tree and then The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.

Where to next?

Books for children: From the early years to teens

Classic children’s books

Getting your kids to read