Writing about one’s culture is essential to keep it alive, opined authors who write for young adults while discussing the importance of writing about indigenous cultures in an age of multiculturism at the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival 2019.
With balancing a professional and personal life, maintaining a healthy lifestyle is not first on many people’s ‘to do’ list. Starting one’s day with a big mug of coffee loaded with sugar may not be the best thing to reach out for. Taking people away from this morning addiction, was guest chef June Lourd, who brought a power-packed smoothie recipe to audiences at the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival (SCRF 2019)’s Cookery Corner.
Alvin Schwartz, a noted American folklorist, defined humour as the comic quality in a person, experience, or idea that makes one laugh.
Having welcomed over 200,000 visitors to a gala, 11-day celebration of books, culture and knowledge, Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival (SCRF 2019) closed curtains on its 11th edition on Saturday.
Sharjah Book Authority (SBA) will be screening one Disney classic every day during the 11-day Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival (SCRF 2019), coming to Sharjah Expo Centre on April 17.
Thirteen-year-old CEO of Dubai-based software company Trinet Solutions Aadithyan Rajesh has paid a visit to the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival (SCRF 2019)’s, which opened doors on Wednesday.
The month of April in Sharjah is always characterised by a cultural ethos mainly due to the opening of Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival where many writers signed their newly published books.
The Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA) is taking part in the 11th Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival at Expo Centre Sharjah. Launched on April 17 with the theme ‘Explore Knowledge’, the Festival will be held until April 27. In addition to participating in diverse activities and programmes, EPAA will highlight the Children’s Farm and help to promote environmental awareness at its booth. EPAA’s theme at this year’s Festival is ‘Read, Imagine, Draw’.
Filipinos in Sharjah and the neighbouring emirates gathered together at the Expo Centre Sharjah to celebrate the third edition of the Kabayan Cultural Day organised by the Sharjah Book Authority (SBA) at the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival (SCRF) 2019.
Keeping in style of the best antique science fiction, Verne goes to vast lengths to imagine how submarine works. He drew inspiration from models he saw on display at the 1867 world’s fair in Paris, as well scientific knowledge about electricity and battery power.