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Benefits

WHY SHOULD SCHOOLS START BOOK CLUBS?
Book clubs are a wonderful way to engage students and contribute to the reading culture in schools. Giving reluctant readers the opportunity to indulge in reading books helps to create a strong literary culture in schools. The school sets a model positive reading behavior and students can develop reading habits right from the beginning.

Young Angels1 International is a leading children books publisher in India. The company specialize in creative books for children and has a wide range of story books, concept based activity books, moral value books, and creative concept based books and encyclopedias for children, the amazing artwork and beautiful illustrations add upto our quality.

Young Angels International is a leading children books publisher in India. The company specialize in creative books for children and has a wide range of story books, concept based activity books, moral value books, and creative concept based books and encyclopedias for children, the amazing artwork and beautiful illustrations add upto our quality.

Young Angels2 International is a leading children books publisher in India. The company specialize in creative books for children and has a wide range of story books, concept based activity books, moral value books, and creative concept based books and encyclopedias for children, the amazing artwork and beautiful illustrations add upto our quality.

Young Angels International is a leading children books publisher in India. The company specialize in creative books for children and has a wide range of story books, concept based activity books, moral value books, and creative concept based books and encyclopedias for children, the amazing artwork and beautiful illustrations add upto our quality.

• It encourages students to read more and to explore titles they may not find otherwise.
• It connects passionate readers from different grades.

• It gives students the opportunity to practice public speaking and respectful discussion.
• It also gives book lovers a place to come forward and discuss their favourite books and topics.

By making book clubs a regular, organic and dynamic part of teachers' reading workshop classroom, the habit of reading is developed among children. Bypromoting the book clubs' teachers will lay the foundation for young readers.

1. A positive shift towards reading will be seen among students post their involvement in book club.
2. Book clubs will make your students better readers.
There is a bonus too. Teachers get valuable gifts for their classroom FREE just for introducing your class to book clubs and help them selecting the good books for them.

Children spend a lot of their time at home. Parents can support their children's learning by encouraging them to be an active member of book club. The books given in book clubs are selected in a way to makereading, writing, and thinkingfun

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    Book week was organised at 'Lt. Atul Katariya Memorial School' as a measure to bring the joy of reading and learning to the children. The ideology behind showcasing the variousstory booksactivity books and life skills books was to give  a motivation to take up reading as a hobby and a life style choice. Following up the encouraging response received from the children and the school's fraternity, we are sure to come back with more exciting books and offers.

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    Taking a step towards fulfilling the goal of providing quality literature and activity books to children, a book fair was organised at 'Manav Rachna School'. The fair gave the teachers and students a chance to browse through and buy beautifully narrated and illustrated various kinds of children's books, like: story booksactivity based booksencyclopediaspicture dictionaries, etc. all at one place

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    Summer book fair was organised at 'The Modern School' by Young Angels as a part of a literacy drive. This book fair brought together the parents and children to buy books which they would enjoy reading together. The fair even gave the teachers an opportunity to pick many contemporary books as per the school's curriculum and add them to the classroom and library collection.

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    A book fair was organised in 'Yuva Shakti School' with the primary goal of getting more and more children to take up reading and to introduce them to other variety of books apart from their curriculum such as, sticker bookspicture booksactivity books,encyclopediaslife skills magazines, etc.  Through this fair, children could find and buy books which would interest them and help in their scholastic development all at one place.

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    A book week was held in 'Bal Bharati Public School' as a literacy event to promote reading and scholastic development of children. Through this week-long fest, children were not only motivated to take up reading but, they also got to know about several types of new age books and magazines such as, sticker bookspicture booksstory booksactivity booksencyclopedias, etc. that are available.  Parents, students and teachers alike were thrilled to browse and purchase books they found valuable.

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    Winter book fair was organised at 'Adriel High' to give a boost to the young learners towards reading as well as importance of life-skills development. The gamut of books presented during this week included various story books and activity books focusing on life skills development. The fair also presented an opportunity to the parents and teachers to pick books they found useful for their children and school library respectively.

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    Book week held at 'VSPK' was a joyful event for any book-enthusiast. Throughout the week, parents along with children poured in to browse and select the books they found useful. This book week turned out to be an exciting event for the teachers as well, as they utilised this opportunity to stock up on the latest literary and activity books for their school library and classrooms. Organised with the purpose of inspiring and motivating children to take up reading as a hobby, this fest was a complete success.

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    With the book fair organised at ‘SBRS International School’ the children were able to find an enjoyable and hassle-free way to get access to books such as: story booksactivity bookspuzzles bookslife skills development magazines and many more, based on new ideas and concepts.  While, browsing through a gamut of books, the children were able to select and buy the books they found useful and interesting.

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    Within the premises of ‘Ryan International School’ a book fair was organised to promote the habit of book-reading and importance of life skills development in children of various age groups. This literary fest was held for teachers and parents as well, so that they could go through the different kinds of books that are available now days, based on contemporary concepts, all at one place.  The book fair introduced children to such beautifully narrated stories, that reading books for them would turn out to be a hobby and not a duty. 

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    A week long literary festival was organised at ‘Aravali International School’ by means of a book week. The enthusiastic readers and inquisitive minds of different age groups made this book week a complete sell out. Reading and writing stories, picture books,dictionariespuzzlessticker booksliterary books, to name a few, are the types of books which were made accessible to children at one pace. Gaining children feedback, as to what more kinds of books they would want to see in the next fest, served as a good interaction. Gaining children feedback, as to what more kinds of books they would want to see in the next fest, served as a good interaction.

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