Monthly Archives: April 2016

Karadi Tales Encourage Reading Through It’s Innovative Library Activities!

To celebrate National Library Week (April  10 – 16, 2016), we rounded up organizations who are using libraries in innovative ways to Encourage READing. Today, we are presenting the work done by Karadi Tales, a children’s publishing house which takes children … Continue reading

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Learning Together-Read to Kids Partner Trainings

On 8th, 11th and 12th April, CKS, in collaboration with Worldreader conducted training workshops with Katha, Society for All Round Development (SARD) and Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust (HLFPPT). The preceding workshop held on the 4th April workshop officially launched … Continue reading

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It’s National Library Week! Let’s READ!

National Library Week (April  10 – 16, 2016) is a time to celebrate the various ways in which our libraries and library workers are bringing the worlds of children and books together. From free access to books to being resource centers … Continue reading

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Changing Bihar – ‘Nothing Changes, if Nothing Changes’

In a recent trip to Samastipur in Bihar, I came across a line of rickety, roadside stalls illegally downloading and selling latest Hollywood movies in HD – that too, at a nominal price of Rs. 10. Villages where electricity is … Continue reading

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Let the reading begin! Read to Kids Kick-Off Workshop

On 4th April, CKS and Worldreader hosted a workshop to officially kick off the pilot year of the ‘Read to Kids’ project. Over the past six months, CKS has been conducting formative research to better understand reading attitudes and behaviors … Continue reading

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