Across America individuals are erecting Little Free Libraries — 2’ x 2’ birdhouse like boxes — that encourage people to ‘take a book, leave a book.’
Teaching literacy to our youngest should be a top priority of any society. When money is an issue, charities can help. Where to you donate and why?
A report issued by the Sesame Workshop compares the benefits children gain from physical books, e-books and enhanced e-books, finding print largely better.
AOL news platform Patch teamed up with James Patterson’s ReadKiddoRead Program to encourage kids to read this summer; 500,000 users already visited the site.
Nosy Crow is releasing its story books as updated enhanced apps with word tracking technology to assist children in learning to read. But will it work?
The fund, sponsored by the Sharjah government, implement reading projects for children living in Central Asia, and North Africa.
South Africa’s Cover2Cover Books has founded the FunDza Literary Trust, with the goal of improving literacy in the teen and young adult market.
National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, Walter Dean Myers, wants to change the way we think of reading and literacy. It starts with reading at home.
Scholastic’s Parent and Child Magazine has created a list of the 100 best greatest books for kids, Pottermore promises OverDrive e-books for loan, and more.
Walter Dean Myers, the new US National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, wants to communicate that reading is a matter of life and death.