Bring Me A Book™ Hong Kong is the leading advocate for family literacy in Hong Kong
Founded in 2006, Bring Me a Book Hong Kong is a non- profit organization and an affiliate of Bring Me A Book™ Foundation, which is a 501 (c) (3) award winning literacy non-profit headquartered in Mountain View, CA, USA. It was founded by Judy Koch in 1997.
We envision a Hong Kong in which every child is read to, strengthening family and community bonds, and creating a love of learning.
Bring Me A Book™ Hong Kong uses evidence-based research to provide:
- Transformational trainings for parents and educators
- The best Chinese and English children’s books
- Quality programs to access authors and literacy experts
To enrich the lives of ALL in the Hong Kong community
- Reading to children helps to prepare them for success in school and life.1
- Reading aloud with young children can enhance parent-child relationships and prepare young minds to learn language and early literacy skills.2
- Reading aloud to children is one of the most important things a parent can do to increase the bond between parent and child.2
- Hong Kong children have high rates of ability in reading comprehension, but the lowest rates in the world in pleasure derived from reading.3
“Reading to your child is the best investment of your time as a parent. The pleasure and benefits of a daily read aloud routine will be enjoyed by both you and your child for years after the books have been read. Everyone needs some downtime in their busy schedules. To give your child your complete and undivided attention and love through the sharing of stories is one of life’s deepest joys.”
Pia Wong, Executive Director, Bring Me a Book Hong Kong.
Bring Me A Book™ Hong Kong is a registered charity under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance [IR File Number 91/8143].
1 The Contribution of Early Years Bookgifting Programmes to Literacy Attainment: A Literature Review Burnett, C., Daniels, K., Bailey, C., January 2014 2American Academy of Pediatrics, August 2014 3 Progress in International Reading Literacy Study, 2011
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