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Why You Should Love Reading

Where I come from, the trains are packed with commuters glued to their smartphones. Either they are streaming the latest Korean dramas, or they’re scrolling through loads of photos on Instagram. 2,041 more words

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One book, two paths....

A simple story about how one book influenced the lives, careers and futures of two teenage girls…

The little blue book was nothing to write home about, judging from its cover. 636 more words

Looking for Audio Children's Stories

Radio Storytelling Programme

Kudzai Pasirayi brings you an audio story every week at 4.30 to 5pm on Thursday. Each story is beautifully read out and occasionally written by Kudzai. 22 more words


India's English Reading Culture - Present Day Scenario

With all the media and literature enthusiasts being distraught about the Delhi University English Department’s proposal for inclusion of Chetan Bhagat’s Five Point Someone under Popular Fiction paper, let’s talk about the present scenario in the Indian English reading culture. 855 more words



Children have an innate love of stories. Stories create magic and a sense of wonder at the world. Stories teach us about life, about ourselves and about others. 129 more words


Wolstencroft -Storytime

 Not long ago and not far away there was a beautiful, big teddy bear who sat on a shelf in a drug store waiting for someone to buy him and give him a home. 363 more words


A World of Opportunities

As a child grows up, being able to read well not only enables them to discover new facts and to learn at school, but also opens them up to a world of new ideas, stories and opportunities.