Our work so far

July 14, 2014

Since 2006, we have installed 248 libraries in the community, 0ver 881 “First Teachers Training” sessions have been conducted for 13,202 parents.

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

Young readers benefit from a curated selection of books

Posted by BMABHK,January 23, 2015

Children need help with reading choices.Photo: K.Y. Cheng When children are little, part of the process of learning to read involves finding “just right” books. A just right book is one that interests a child and that can be read fluently without struggling over more than a few words on a page. This is an […]

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Chinese New Year Storytelling

Posted by BMABHK,January 23, 2015

Our popular Mandarin storyteller is back in February! This time, Angie will read award-winning stories to your child about Chinese New Year, such as A New Year’s Reunion and The 12 Animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Angie will introduce traditional Chinese customs in creative and memorable ways. We hope your child can join us for […]


BETWEEN THE LINES: Reading to children improves their cognitive abilities

Posted by BMABHK,January 16, 2015

Last summer, the American Academy of Paediatrics issued a new policy statement for its members, recommending that paediatricians advise parents of young children about the importance of breastfeeding, vaccinating and reading aloud. Until that moment, reading to children was just another fun and enriching educational experience, on par with playing in the park and attending […]

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Between the Lines: Discussing books with children improves their creative writing skills

Posted by BMABHK,December 17, 2014

“Why is Goodnight Moon such a big deal?” my friend asked me. The classic story by Margaret Wise Brown doesn’t seem that notable on first glance: a slightly off-putting colour scheme depicting a story without any exciting plotlines or humorous developments. I urged her and her young child to give the picture book another try, and pointed […]


Book Camp with Diane Frankenstein.

Posted by BMABHK,December 8, 2014

Learn the art of “Conversational Reading” from the lady who coined the phrase herself, Diane Frankenstein. In our hectic schedules and media-saturated world, reading with our children and talking with them about what matters, is more important than ever before. Suitable for: Parents of children 6-12 years old Registration: http://openclass.hk/activity/2458