National Reading Movement

Category Archive: SingLit

A Selection of Local Poetry: Reflecting on Where We Came From

What does it mean to live or grow up in Singapore? We have selected 3 excerpts from local poetry that reflect who we are and where we are now. Maybe you can relate to one of them!

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RED DOT ON A GREEN MISSION

If you google “Singapore Scenery”, you’ll get a bunch of images of touristy places in Singapore. Which are basically all just buildings. Okay, and maybe some trees. Specifically these trees.

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3 Things We Love About Lydia Kwa’s Pulse

If you’re looking out for a good read to catch your attention, and a local one to boot, you have to get your hands on Lydia Kwa’s Pulse!

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5 Places that prove Singapore is a reading haven

In the famous words of Dr Seuss, “Reading can take you places you have never been before” but before that, allow us to take you to places you’ve probably never been before for the reading to take you to the places you’ve never been before. WOW that is a mouthful to say.

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Best SG literature and reads written by local authors

http://gph.is/1pfblGd As we celebrate National Day 2017, it is also time to celebrate the works of our local authors 🙂 We have featured a few reads that vary across different genres, ranging from plays to comic books! 1.       Off Centre by Haresh Sharma Img source: http://bit.ly/2uki5AT This book recounts the plight of patients who suffered from […]

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