The Librarian of Auschwitz – A Book Review

Reading age - 14 and up "If human beings aren't deeply moved by beauty, if they don't close their eyes and activate their imagination, if they aren't capable of asking questions and discerning the limits of their ignorance, then they are men or women, but they are not complete persons…

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Reading Challenge at Eager Readers – so much more than just reading

Reading stories does so much more than create literacy. As the Founder of Eager Readers, I feel so humbled to see how much reading can enhance a child's life skills. It is the children in fact who have shown me what an impact we as educators can create on them…

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Eager Readers Kids – Creative Writing Excercise

Last month, at Eager Readers our focus was creative writing. Across batches we asked kids to visualise any animal, beast monster and write about it in class. Here are some of the best ones  Minotaur - Once upon a time there was a castle attacked by a Minotaur (Half man Half…

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Have we forgotten to teach gratitude to our kids?

Profound thoughts from an Eager Readers parent Radhika Agarwal November 14, 2018 Imagine....I found a magic lamp. I rubbed it and a genie appeared asking, “Kya hukum mere Aaka? “ (What is your wish Sire?) I asked this question to my nine year old daughter Prisha. She paused for a…

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How to get kids to read?

October 24, 2018 By StandardMedia and Unnati Ved Children who love to read were not born with the reading gene, they were taught to love books and luckily it stuck. You may have tried to get your kids to like books even a little but you don’t seem to hack…

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