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Early reading, literary skills can immensely benefit learners

EDUCATION

Reading is such an understated tool in improving a child’s social and cognitive abilities. It is almost magical!

Early reading, literary skills can immensely benefit learners

By Antoney Luvinzu | 15 days ago

Unless reading culture improves, change of set books is a mere ritual

Unless reading culture improves, change of set books is a mere ritual

Truth is, most Kenyans approach reading for personal growth with the same timidity that the Neanderthal man would a mobile phone.

Wesonga Robert | 1 month ago

Government launches digital project to transform reading culture

Did you know that only 35 per-cent(%)of Kenyans use the toll-free Public libraries? Principal Secretary for Culture and The Arts Mr. Joe Okudo while citing this 'worrying statistic' now says the Government has a declared mission and challenge to enhance Library usage to 70%.

Standard Reporter | 4 years ago

Is the writing society to blame for poor reading culture?

“What are you currently reading?” Was a question I flung at every single individual I met and spoke to on one single day and the answers were shocking.

Tony Mochama | 5 years ago

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