The Ministry of Community Development launched a series of reading and knowledge events to celebrate the month of reading “March 2021” under the title “My family reads”, targeting the employees of the Ministry, People of Determination centres
When Dapo Adeola and I came together to create Look Up! one thing was never in doubt — the children in our story were going to look and sound like us.
To be honest I don’t know what kind of books parents are reading to their children these days. When I was a little kid and had just learnt to read I’d read books like Dr Seuss’ ‘Green Eggs and Ham’, the ‘Peter and Jane’ series and the many fairy tales.
This month’s series of sessions will honour those who perhaps have recently been unable to be with their children and read stories to them, due to being occupied by their duties on the frontlines and serving the country in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
A study published in BMC Psychiatry has shown that 23 per cent of young people displayed symptoms of addiction to their smartphones. Thank God they haven’t done a study for people over 40.
While over two million visitors graced the fair, the last eleven days saw the power of the written word rise to glorious heights. Specifically, in the very year that Sharjah is the Book Capital of the World.
A photograph of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan reading William Dalrymple's latest book 'The Anarchy' on his flight to Jeddah with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi peeking over from his seat has gone viral on social media.
Thousands of English teachers and reading specialists took over the Baltimore Convention Center recently for the annual conference of the National Council of Teachers
The “Arab Reading Challenge” TV show is all set to go on air on Friday on MBC1 as millions of viewers can tune in for the first episode at 9pm (UAE timing). The first-of-its kind reality show will air every Friday, as 16 semi-finalists from 14 countries compete over eight episodes to become the Arab Reading Champion 2019.