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I live for the day we’ll be blessed to have a Modern Library in my city and a Museum. We are so influenced by the west with a KFC and Dominos Pizza, ColdStone with Movie theatres etc but we could also invest in a Massive Beautiful building containing collection of books, encyclopedia, periodicals, novels etc. 76 more words


I’ll bring fun into ANA activities, Says Afenfia

Michael Afenfia is a renowned author of three books. He was recently elected as the chairman of the Association of Nigerian Authors, (ANA) as well as Patron, Yenagoa Book Club, (YBC). 1,951 more words

Bayelsa State

Rainy Day Reading is the Best!

Rainy day Wednesday makes going to the library a special cozy treat!

*You can always send me some of your favorite reading moments pictures, and I can feature them on Wordless Wednesday, or another day! 25 more words

Reading Culture


Author: Maduabuchi, Uchenna Venatus
Department: Computer Science
Affiliation: Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka

Knowledge is meant to be gained without hindrance; the conventional learning systems no longer stand the test of time. 98 more words

Faculty Of Physical Sciences

Why Read 20 Minutes At Home?

I realize my “photo” for Wordless Wednesday is full of words. But trust me, it’s worth it!

Did you ever have a “____ minutes a day” goal for reading when you were growing up? 13 more words

Reading Culture

How do I "get" my child to read?! (Part 1)

You’ve noticed by now that the questions the parents here at Gracepoint Berkeley church ask me are pretty much permutations of the same central question. But today I want to focus on the “getting” your child to read. 783 more words

For Parents

The Return of the Blog, and a photo

Things have been ever busy here at Gracepoint Berkeley church, so it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. After an initial set of posts, you might have thought I forgot about this here blog. 111 more words