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Life cycle of a bookworm

I am 7 years old and at night I pull my net down and around my bed. My parents are very strict about this, malaria is real. 2,270 more words


I have never being a fan of “how-to” books; Like seriously, who writes a book to help you ‘read more’ in almost 200 pages. That’s like pushing your luck. 792 more words

Book Review

The "Culture" in a Reading Culture

A reading culture is quite simply the creation of an environment that pushes for opportunities to read. It tends to be common sense in education (at least on paper) that developing a reading culture at home, in the classroom, in our libraries, is essential to life. 611 more words


2016 Pitch a Dream Media Milestones

Over the years we have had the opportunity to have our work featured on various global and local platforms and we just thought it would be a cool idea to consolidate these features for easier access of those interested in learning more about us. 522 more words

Let's read more

What was the last book you read? It’s a question I often ask the young people I teach life skills. Sadly, I’m often dismayed to hear most of them have not read anything beyond the required textbooks in school or if they have taken Literature in English classes, the recommended texts for that year’s exam. 581 more words

Life Skills

The Silent Book Party 

The silent book party is a time and place where book lovers come to read, discuss and barter books. The organizers Lade Tawak and Denike Sheriff came up with the idea to create an opportunity for people to read in a quiet and convenient place because most times people complain that they don’t have time to read. 113 more words


It's a Book!

Recently I discovered the picture book It’s a Book by Lane Smith.  The story is a humorous take on our technological world and compares and contrasts books to various technology devices.   862 more words