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The Power Of Reading To Kids

Reading to kids from a young age is life-changing. We’ve seen this over and over again in our programs. We asked Penguin Random House author, Tad Hills, what reading to kids means to him. Here’s his story.

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From The Field

Top 5 Moments from Our 2016 Digital Reading Summits

May 27, 2016 By

Attendees at the Digital Reading Summits

Six years ago we had a big idea. We believed that digital technology could empower millions of readers around the world. We decided to test this idea. We approached publishers, government officials, teachers and communities asking them to give digital reading a chance. And they did. Today, the same stakeholders are experiencing the impact of … Continue Reading →

News

The Power of Reading to Kids

November 22, 2016 By

Tad Hills is a bestselling, Penguin Random House author and Worldreader supporter. Penguin Random House is the world’s largest trade book publisher and Worldreader’s largest publishing partner. Their book donation crosses all genres, reading levels and age groups enabling us to cater not just to the children in our schools but the adults in our … Continue Reading →

Partnerships

Mighty Humble Bundles Make a Huge Impact

August 25, 2016 By

humble bundle send kindle e-readers to worldreader e-reading program

Humble Bundle is based on an innovative, but simple, premise: they assemble bundles of digital content (games, e-books and audiobooks) and let users pay what they want for them. What’s even better is that buyers are allowed to allocate a chosen amount of their payment to a charity attached to the Bundle. These incredible Bundles … Continue Reading →

Research

These free e-books are changing reading habits in Africa

September 16, 2016 By

user reading from worldreader mobile in africa

In July, Lidudumalingani was announced as the 2016 winner of the Caine Prize, a prestigious award promoting and fostering new writers out of Africa. Lidudumalingani is from a small village in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa and his winning story, ‘Memories We Lost’, is set in a fictional village similar to the one he … Continue Reading →

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