National Reading Movement

ASEAN Reads to Look Out For

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Coming up, Share a Read will be introducing the theme of ASEAN Favourites! If you don’t have an idea on where to start, these recommendations could help you out 🙂 We have shortlisted 5 reads which stood out to us, and we hope that it catches your eye too. Gif source: http://gph.is/1PKx3Pj   1. The […]

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[Read! Fest 2017] Spice Up Your Food Blog

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What are the right ingredients to spice up a food blog? Find out as we invite Seth Lui, chief editor of SETHLUI.COM, a well-known local food blog that has been featured across Singapore media, to share his experiences as well as finer points and tips on maintaining a successful food blog. This programme is organised […]

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What do Singaporeans in the spotlight read?

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Approximately 80% of Singaporeans read any material more than once a week, which is no surprise considering that we’ve some of the highest literacy rates in the world at 96.2%. But have you ever wondered what some of Singapore’s familiar names read in their spare time? To find out, we interviewed Stefanie Sun, Yip Pin […]

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Explore these unique library spaces!

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Bukit Panjang Public Library Newly renovated and expanded to 2,300sqm, Bukit Panjang Public Library boasts of an immersive storytelling space for young children; a special “Stories Come Alive Room”, a discussion area for young teens and a well-lit, quiet, independent space for adults seeking a good read. Check out the conical display of recommended reads […]

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Eat, Write, Draw: Capturing Your Food Memories in Comics (Part 2)

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If reading the comics about food memories makes you want more, check out these new comics from the participants of the “Eat, Write, Draw: Capturing your Food Memories in Comics” workshop. 1. Egg Noodles by Lynn Wong If you enjoyed reading this, try The Bicycle by Cheah Sinann (Call number: SING English 741.59595 CHE) 2. Gary’s […]

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