Reading is a time-tested method to improve children’s emotional health, enhance their communication skills, and aid their creativity and personality development. Reading allows them a window into a world of fascinating experiences that emerge from imaginative stories. From its characters, children learn how to deal with challenges they may face in life, and finally, reading together is a wonderful way to strengthen the parent-child bond.
At a time when the deadly COVID-19 pandemic has confined billions of people inside their homes across the globe, nothing offers better company than books.
Rewayat, an imprint of Kalimat, launches a summer reading drive which will run till mid-September; winners can enjoy new cultures around the globe.
The activities, which saw the participation of children and youth, employees of a number of government institutions, parents and the public, aimed at providing participants with new professional and technical expertise and skills.
I realized that there are no shortcuts to knowledge, and the majority of knowledge is acquired through personal experience combined with the ability to “separate facts from perception.”
The region’s biggest library opened its doors for the visitors at 8:00am on Thursday. Built with an investment of Dhs1 billion, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Library aims to cultivate a culture of reading.
The region’s biggest festival for children and youth will have the theme ‘Create Creativity’ to ignite creative passions and nurture young talent.
A couple of Sharjah-based mums who bring their children to SCRF every year remembered the fun they had at story readings and workshops in past editions.
Publishers from around the globe collectively opine that the SCRF platform creates incredible business opportunities for them.