Make children confident and dedicated to their dreams just like in Graça’s dream / Melissa Fagan

In Graça’s Dream, the author Melissa Fagan presents the life of a hard worker and dedicated young girl called Graça, born in a very challenging environment. Through her involvement in school, particularly in reading books, she earns a scholarship, and after a long stay in Europe; she comes back to her country Mozambique, to transform […]

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“  Children’s literature is increasingly free from taboos – Andrea LIAO, Founder of Book the Future”

“Unhappy families move me the most“. Thoughts of Andrea LIAO, President & Founder of Book the Future“. All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way” (Tolstoy). Muna Kalati [MK]: What books did you like to read as a child? Do you think they are also interesting and understandable for […]

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« A child who reads and writes regularly will most likely be more confident, think faster and express themselves better. » Simpson Muhwezi a storyteller and literacy educator from Uganda.

Mr. Simpson Muhwezi is the Founder and Creative Director of Wandiika Literacy Initiative, a social enterprise whose mission is to use story-writing to help children develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills; the skills he strongly believes are vital not only for their academic performance but also their survival and prosperity in the 21st […]

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