Our work so far

July 14, 2014

  Since 2006, we’ve installed a total of 248 libraries and conducted over 881 First Teachers™ Training Programs, helping 13,202 parents and teachers ignite the passion to read in their kids.  

Love to Learn 2014

March 27, 2014

Does your child love learning? Does he get excited about ‘reading time’? Hear from the experts on how to improve your child’s motivation, interest and confidence to read and learn at one of our upcoming Love to Learn events. http://lovetolearn.asia/en    

Latest Entries


Posted by BMABHK,November 18, 2014

Don’t miss this special occasion to purchase a large selection of our English and Chinese children’s books.   Proceeds from our book sale will be used to support our programs for underserved communities throughout Hong Kong.   Stock up on great Christmas gifts, and help the less fortunate!   When: 12:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. [...]


Between The Lines: Patience works best for kids who are slow to start reading

Posted by BMABHK,November 12, 2014

In her personal story published in SCMP, Gwen reminds us that “Good things come to those who wait”…


Quirky humour in children’s picture books is a nod to the past

Posted by BMABHK,October 28, 2014

What we read to our children changes through the generations, as does how we dress them. When it comes to classic picture books, other than the date of publication, I have firm notions about how they differ from modern works. In my mind, the old classics use soft watercolours and gentle prose to tell stories [...]


Transitional Readers – Helping Your Child Become an Independent Reader (Who LOVES books!)

Posted by BMABHK,October 28, 2014

Parents play a critical role during the early stages of reading acquisition – how the child learns to read can affect their lifelong reading habits. By using some simple, fun and effective strategies, children can happily transition from listening to stories to reading on their own. Best books for your beginning reader available to purchase! [...]


Between the Lines: Set healthy limits on tech use

Posted by BMABHK,October 8, 2014

Most families in Hong Kong live in apartments and have very limited access to outdoor space.   Add to that crowds and an air pollution index (API) that is currently at the maximum measurable level, and taking children outside to connect with nature and to move has its own challenges and dangers.  In urban areas [...]