THE SUN'S incredible new website, Hold Ye Front Page, has been praised by TV stars, business leaders and school pupils alike.
We launched the site - which gives The Sun's front page treatment to major events in history, sport and science - as part of our Get Britain Learning campaign.
Professor Brian Cox called it 'superb', Countdown maths whizz Rachel Riley reckoned it was 'brilliant' and Sir Terry Leahy, former boss of Tesco, praised it as 'a great tool' to 'bring learning alive'.
But now we want to hear from YOUR kids.
If your child is aged 11 or under, we want to know, in 150 words, what the most exciting and inspiring thing is they have learned from our brand new website.
Maybe it is finding out about George Best's double hat-trick for Manchester United in 1970, or reading about England winning the World Cup back in 1966?
Or perhaps they're more interested in dinosaurs, or the invention of TV or the very first Olympics in Ancient Greece?
The top three entrants - judged by Professor Brian Cox and Sun editorial staff - will win 100 books for their school from the Collins Educational and Collins Reader range of titles.
There are hundreds of exciting titles to choose from, including works by top children's authors like Michael Morpurgo.
And make sure you encourage their classmates and friends to think of an answer too, as any child aged 11 or under can enter and be in with a chance of winning our great prize.
Simply submit your child's 150-word entry - and their name and age - in the answer box below. Then enter YOUR name and contact details in the Personal Details section. The competition closes at midnight on Friday October 14.
Alternatively post your entry with the same information to Hold Ye Front Page, The Sun, 3 Thomas More Square, London, E98 1SN.
To see our brilliant new website go to holdyefrontpage.co.uk