Hello all, I'm looking for a little help. I've been asked to think about how we will manage home readers in September. Obviously with the pandeminc still in full swing it's going to take some work to organise a safe and inspiring home reader system. I would like children to be able to take books home and continue to develop their passion for reading but I also want to reduce the risk of transferring Covid-19. These are my thoughts so far but I would appreciate any feedback/ideas/advice! Thank you in advance. Books will need to be quarantined upon return to school (24 hours if cardboard cover and 72 hours if plastic cover.) Baskets in the cupboard to quarantine. Thorough hand washing when handling books. Limited number of children in the book area (TA to organise opportunities for children to change their books during the school day?) Ways to display books to minimise touching - Small selection displayed with the blurb facing out? Put into plastic wallets so children can see front and back without touching the actual book? Promote use of E-books and audiobooks (Audible, oxford owl free books etc.) Limited availability of electronic devices in school.