Here are some of our DIY reading resources to foster the love of reading at home and school.

The Parents’ Welcome Kit is an introduction guide for parents on the different services that NLB has for their children. Click here to find out more about the welcome kit and also the companion activity for both parent and child that comes with it! NEW!


Dare to Read DIY thumbnaildtrpriDare to Read (DIY) is a stimulating activity that is guaranteed to keep your children’s adrenaline pumping! They will embark on a quest to complete fun story-based missions, which include puzzles, riddles and research questions. You may also consider providing tokens to reward the students as they complete these puzzles.  NEW!
Recommended for P1 – P3 students
Download the English DIY version here

Recommended for P3 students and above
Download the Chinese DIY version here
Download the SG50 version here


Liven up your school library with funky posters, an interesting new book display or conduct a Book Hunt NEW!

(Library Etiquette)
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(Dewey Decimal System)ddc poster thumbnail

Book Display
How-to Guide
Book Hunt
Activity Sheet

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IFLA School Library Guidelines, 2nd edition
Check out these guidelines that have been developed to assist school library professionals and educational decision-makers in their efforts to ensure that all students and teachers have access to effective school library programs and services, delivered by qualified school library personnel.

Reading Fiesta Card
Suitable for P1 – P3 students
Looking for fun activities to do with your child? Check out the Reading Fiesta Card to get some ideas!reading fiesta card






Read Swap Share
Suitable for P1 – P6 students
In this activity, students swap and share books with one another, prompting interesting book-related conversations.

RSS Facilitator’s Guide

RSS Slides
RSS Worksheet
Primary 1 to 2 (Basic)

RSS Worksheet
Primary 3 to 4 (Advanced)

RSS Worksheet
Primary 5 to 6 (Non-Fiction)

Read Reap Write 
Students explore how stories relate to the world around them through a series of engaging discussions and activities. By reading and reflecting on thought-provoking extracts from great books, students will be encouraged to think critically and draw parallels between what is described in the extracts and their real-life experiences.

P1 – P2

Brigid Lucy wants a PetTitle: Brigid Lucy wants a Pet
Author: Leonie Norrington
Call Number: JS NOR

RRW Primary Brigid Lucy Worksheet and Extract
RRW Primary Brigid Lucy Facilitator’s Guide 



P3 – P4

Bone Hunt

Title: Bone Hunt
Author: AMONster02
Call Number: J SING AMO

RRW Primary Bone Hunt Worksheet and Extract
RRW Primary Bone Hunt Facilitator’s Guide




nancy drew

Title: Sleepover Sleuths (Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew, Book 1)
Author: Carolyn Keene
Call Number: JS KEE

RRW Primary Nancy Drew Worksheet and Extract
RRW Primary Nancy Drew Facilitator’s Guide 




P5 – P6

beware of the ninja weeniesTitle: Beware the Ninja Weenies and Other Warped and Creepy Tales
Author: David Lubar
Call Number: J LUB

RRW Primary Ninja Weenies Worksheet and Extract
RRW Primary Ninja Weenies Facilitator’s Guide




Jake and Lily

Title: Jake and Lily 
Author: Jerry Spinelli
Call Number: J SPI

RRW Primary Jake and Lily Worksheet and Extract
RRW Primary Jake and Lily Facilitator’s Guide