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a gift voucher that can be exchanged for books costing up to an amount given on the voucher

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Find all the details of the event at What about the National Book Tokens? Thanks to the generosity of National Book Tokens Ltd, publishers and booksellers, World Book Day organisers can send millions of book tokens to children and young people (some 15 million, in fact: that's one for nearly every child aged under 18 in the country).
Alternatively the book tokens can be put towards the cost of the PS2.50 young adult titles, making them available for PS1.50.
World Book Day, in partnership with schools all over the UK, will be distributing more than 14 million [pounds sterling]1 World Book Day book tokens to children (that's almost one for every child/young person under 18 in the UK and Ireland).
If you're looking for a great excuse to spend a Christmas book token, here are some winning suggestions.
The Bookseller announced on Wednesday that National Book Tokens will launch its new electronic gift card at the beginning of February this year.
Winners were presented with book tokens donated by Mansell.
The library is giving pounds 100 worth of book tokens to children who took part in the library's reading carnival.
Digital cameras, book tokens and boxes of crisps are up for grabs in our kids' Walkers Showcase pet art gallery contest.
Pregnant women are being encouraged to enter selfies or photographs of them or their partners reading to their baby bump into a competition run by the National Literacy Trust Hub in Middlesbrough in partnership with Middlesbrough Council's lovemiddlesbrough campaign for a chance to win book tokens.
The survey was organised by National Book Tokens ahead of World Book Day on March 3, a global celebration of books and reading across more than 100 countries worldwide.
Always a popular treat are the PS1 World Book Day tokens, courtesy of National Book Tokens, publishers and booksellers, which are distributed to 14m children who can then swap them for one of 10 free new books.
Two posters were chosen as overall winners and PS10 book tokens were presented to Amber and Megan with a certificate to all Class Eight pupils.
A GROUP of creative writers have bagged themselves book tokens after winning an annual competition.
Working with National Book Tokens, publishers and booksellers, the exclusive token can be exchanged for one of the eight specially published Word Book Day pounds 1 Books.
The overall winner will become Wirral's Young Poet Laureate for the year and the winner's school will receive pounds 100 in book tokens.