“I used to watch my dad practicing at the turntables and got quite interested in DJing. On my fifth birthday, I told him I want to be a world-famous DJ and he bought me my first equipment,” said Michelle.
The festival attracted a notable turnout from diverse nationalities and age groups who enjoyed numerous entertainment activities, creative workshops, live musical performances, and engaging competitions.
Sheikha Latifa highlighted the important role played by the event in supporting the development of Dubai’s and the UAE’s literary ecosystem. She also praised the new publishing house initiative as an important step in strengthening the growth of the literary community...
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.
The Bazm-e-Urdu Dubai in association with Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival, under the patronage of Sharjah Book Authority, will present a hilarious play ‘Akbar The Great Nahi Rahe’ (No More Akbar The Great).
Publishers from around the globe collectively opine that the SCRF platform creates incredible business opportunities for them.
The quirky characters and fantastical storylines from The Magic School Bus will be brought to life in a groundbreaking musical adaptation of the ongoing edutainment Scholastic book series, whose popularity transcends generations.
Reading shapes minds, builds harmony in society, enhances communication and is the best-known way to expand one’s knowledge and wisdom. The UAE leadership has been creating