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.  

Summer Storytelling Fun in Mandarin

June 10, 2014

Theme-based, interactive storytelling and extension activities by native Mandarin storyteller and Bring Me a Book trainer. Suitable for children 3-9 years. Application Form                                                                 [...]

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

Between the Lines: Book offers an antidote to intensive mothering

Posted by BMABHK,August 30, 2014

For me, the period between the start of the school year and the end of the calendar year is traditionally even more hectic than usual. Earlier this year, I made a resolution to simplify my life. To help me understand how I became so “time-starved”, and what I could do about it, I read (and [...]


Storytelling and Paper Moon-Cake Making by Children’s Book Author, Christina Matula-Häkli

Posted by BMABHK,August 30, 2014

Meet the Author  Christina Matula-Häkli: Originally from Canada, Christina has lived in Hong Kong since 2007. Keen to explore her Chinese heritage (her mother is Taiwanese), Christina was inspired to adapt Chinese legends and fables to share with her own children and hope that her book will spark an interest in and passion for Chinese [...]


Talk: Disconnect to Reconnect – Technology Use and Children

Posted by BMABHK,August 25, 2014

With the sharp rise of entertainment technology use amongst children, it’s imperative as responsible parents and educators, to understand the damaging impact technology has on childhood development and make the right choices that allow us to raise and educate our children with technology in a balanced way. Speaker: Cris Rowan is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist [...]


Between the lines: Why dads should read to their sons

Posted by BMABHK,August 14, 2014

Dads’ involvement in reading aloud will create common interest for boys and expose girls to new subjects. By BMABHK Trainer, Percie Wong    


Between the lines: teach your child to celebrate being different

Posted by BMABHK,August 11, 2014

  I recently had coffee with friends who were emigrating to a small town in Australia. Aside from envying how the idyllic environment would influence the positive growth of their young child, we also pondered what it would be like for a Chinese child to grow up in a community where he would be the [...]