Deborah Wiles at Chinese International School in support of Bring Me A Book Hong Kong

February 6, 2015

“Award-winning children’s book author, Deborah Wiles will be discussing the “Power of Family Stories” at CIS on March 4, 2015

“The Price of Privilege” by Dr. Levine on March 11, 2015

February 6, 2015

In recent years, a disturbing pattern has emerged: a new breed of unhappy, troubled teenagers coming from privileged, loving families. What is going on? Find out at our upcoming talk “The Price of Privilege” by Dr. Levine on March 11, 2015

Chinese New Year Storytelling

January 23, 2015

Our popular Mandarin storyteller, Angie is back in February! Bring your child along to our special Chinese New Year-themed storytelling sessions


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Between The Lines: Six great Lunar New Year story books for children

Posted by BMABHK,February 11, 2015

This article appeared on Tuesday 10 February 2015 in the South China Morning Post print edition as “Children’s tales for Lunar New Year”. For me, the essence of Lunar New Year is perfectly embodied in A New Year’s Reunion, the award-winning picture book by Yu Liqiong. I didn’t discover it until 2011, and since then I […]

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Deborah Wiles at Chinese International School in support of Bring Me A Book Hong Kong

Posted by BMABHK,February 6, 2015

“Award-winning children’s book author, Deborah Wiles will be discussing the “Power of Family Stories” at CIS on March 4, 2015

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“The Price of Privilege” by Dr. Levine on March 11, 2015

Posted by BMABHK,February 6, 2015

In recent years, a disturbing pattern has emerged: a new breed of unhappy, troubled teenagers coming from privileged, loving families. What is going on? Find out at our upcoming talk “The Price of Privilege” by Dr. Levine on March 11, 2015

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Between the Lines: 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 This article appeared on Monday 29 December 2014 in the South China Morning Post print edition as “Young Readers Need Curation”. 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 […]

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Chinese New Year Storytelling

Posted by BMABHK,January 23, 2015

Our popular Mandarin storyteller, Angie is back in February! Bring your child along to our special Chinese New Year-themed storytelling sessions