Our Latest Book “We Love Reading – An Introduction” is now Available .
The Book Highlights the Philosophy and the Experience of “We Love Reading” as Following:
Part One: Our Philosophy
- Why Reading for Pleasure is Important
- Reading Levels Remain Low
- Why Don’t Children Read for Pleasure?
- We Love Reading as a Solution
- How to Reading Aloud
- Establishing We Love Reading Libraries
- Studying We Love Reading’s Impact
Part Two: Our Experience
- We Love Reading: A Short History
- We Love Reading as a Social Movement
- We Love Reading in Refugee Camps
Reviews on the Author and the Book:
Dajani, a molecular biologist, started We Love Reading in 2006 in her neighborhood in Amman, Jordan, with the goal of fostering a love of reading in children. The program has since been adopted more widely, and it demonstrates the links between education and psychosocial health and between supportive, loving relationships and resilience in children.
For Refugee Children, Reading Helps Heal Trauma
-New York Times, April 17, 2019.
“We should believe that nothing is impossible, *” writes Rana Dajani, who has made a life and a career out of proving that everything is and can be possible. The story of her journey in building We Love Reading is profoundly inspirational, for it is the story of a woman’s heart and a women’s leadership. It is the story of what reading can do to change lives and especially what reading to children can do for one child and for the entire community Professor Dajani shows us that one act of love-the act of reading aloud can create dynamic change in the lives and minds of young people and in the entire community that surrounds them. Professor Dajani lays out a unique and replicable blueprint for nurturing and empowering societal change, story by story, and child by child.
-Pam Allyn, Founder of Lit World, Author of What to Read When.
This inspiring book serves as a manifesto for social entrepreneurship. It is a passionate story about the power of acting with a social conscience and bringing the joy of reading to children all over the globe. The We Love Reading program is powerful in its simplicity and fits with the basic principles of early child development: creative and imaginative play: bonding with caregivers over age-appropriate activities, and mulling new and creative ways of thinking about friendship, animals, family, friends, and the planet.
-Dr. Dima Amso. Director of the Development Cognitive neuroscience laboratory Associate Professor, Brown University.
when you buy the book you are donating to We Love Reading to make a child read forever!!!
and you are helping change mindsets through reading to create change makers.
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