It is easily adapted and implemented by local organizations or individuals.
The structure is designed in a ﬂexible way so that it can be adjusted to different social and cultural situations covering children of every background.
Constant supervision and evaluation of the program along with establishing child-centered libraries guarantee the sustainability of the project’s achievements.
Combining literacy learning with children’s literature since preschool ages, improves listening and speaking skills in children and affects their reading and writing skills in the future.
Reading Aloud for children is one of their basic needs to know the children’s literature. Reading aloud is a magic which brings the story to life for children.
Child-centered libraries provide children with quality books and motivate them to read and experience.
Reading is a habit and also a skill. Beyond these, for babies and toddlers it’s a tool for mental and emotional growth.
International Artists, intellectuals and academicians who support Read with Me project
The Read with Me project is designed and implemented by the Institute for Research on the History of Children’s Literature.
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