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WORLD BOOK DAY - 1st March

On the first day of March, the whole world celebrated the WORLD BOOK DAY. In fact, it is the biggest celebration of its kind, designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and marked in over 100 countries all over the world. 624 more words

African Literature

Book Review: Ulysses

I wonder if it is possible to write a rational book review of this notoriously difficult and consistently praised novel. The unique style of Ulysses… 847 more words


Of self-help books and what not...

As part of the changes i am making in my life this year, i have embarked on changing my reading culture which has dwindled over the years. 825 more words


New year, New goals. If reading or improved reading is one of yours, then this is for you. A timeless piece. **I strongly believe this will help, hence the repost** 830 more words

Book Reviews

Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox: A Book Review

What animal on this Earth do you connect with? Why? Danielle Daniel guides children to answer this question and explains the cultural tradition of the Anishinaabe totem animal in this beautifully illustrated book. 181 more words


Social media is making children poor writers- expert

‘Social media making children poor writers’

Jesusegun Alagbe

The Lead Professional Developer of The Writers’ Corner , Uche Odoji, said the use of the social media by children was turning them into bad writers. 363 more words

Lagos govt advocates improvement in reading culture as state celebrates World Literacy Day

World Literacy Day: Lagos calls for improved reading culture

• By Mojeed Alabi

As part of activities marking this year’s World Literacy Day the Lagos State Government has stepped up the campaign for improved reading culture among students across the state, saying literate citizenry enhances good governance. 270 more words