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iRead Summer Camp 2

Elementary Inventions iRead Summer Camp 2 is loadingggggggggggg iRead library hosts the most innovative & memorable camping programs for ages 4-12 annually. Register for iRead STEM Camp, Lekki from August 27-31, 2018. Day campers 7am-6pm (25k), boarding campers (35k) 08023197033 Contact: Camp Commandant on 08023197033 Email: info@iread.com.ng With best wishes, iRead Mobile Library Network Africa Funmivirtuous Educational Consult Ltd REGISTER YOUR WARD TODAY

iRead Summer Reading Camp

Discovery, Creativity & Adventure iRead Innovation Library organises annual holiday camps for children ages 4 to 6 to learn through discovery, creativity, adventure and consistent reading. These are the cornerstone of our educational philosophy, promoting critical thinking and problem solving through challenging, stimulating and intensive residential programmes. Engage your children with our summer camps at iRead Innovation Library. Educators – Our brilliant team are multi-talented, highly qualified and motivated volunteers and staff are here to help in every way they can, [...]

iRead Summer Reading Camp 2018

We just can’t keep calm cos its 1 week to iRead Summer Reading Camp. Meet new friends, learn new skills, build teams, creativity and adventure, delicious meals (we get to scrape our beans plate, no leftovers) and so much readingggg. If you’re not in #iRead camp, you’ll be missing a memorable holiday. Camp 1 resumes Monday 23rd July. We’ve also packaged a sleepover tour to badagry heritage. How can we keep calm? Registration for batch 1 closes on Thursday 19th [...]

iRead Easter Camp 2018- All Around Easter

iRead Heroes Camp is one of the most rewarding and unforgettable experiences planned for our children. Our Camp provides children with a community of caring mentors who provide experiential education that leads to self-respect and appreciation for life. All of the outcomes—friendships, overcoming reading challenges, staying healthy and building character— prepare them for bigger and brighter lives. In addition to great friendships and enduring memories, many important life skills are learned at iRead Heroes Camp. The main goal of our [...]

Lagos Bookmobile Tour Stakeholder Report

The Lagos Bookmobile Tour’s primary focus is to help improve the culture of reading by giving children the opportunity to visit public and private libraries and historic centres that promote literature and reading. Children will meet and greet authors, illustrators and poets and enjoy fun activities on the bus. This unique, one-of-a-kind book mobile tour will get children excited about reading and writing. The tour will be an engaging experience where children will read two to five books whilst [...]

The Lagos BookMobile Tour

The Lagos BookMobile tour’s primary focus is to help improve the culture of reading by allowing students the opportunity to visit public and private libraries, information centres (United Nations Information Centre, Goethe Institute, British Council or American Corner), publishing houses, bookshops, meet and greet authors, illustrators, and poets. This unique, one-of-a-kind bookmobile tour also aims to get children wild about reading. The tour will be an engaging experience where children will read four to five books during the tour as [...]

EduTech @iRead Library

When we look back and see all the improvement that have happened to children at iRead library, we remain grateful to God. The library team is looking ahead to the next 10 years of the Library and we are devoted to “continuing to be the community’s learning space” and adapting our services to meet the community’s evolving needs with new innovations. In addition to our collection of books and periodicals, we make computers and internet access available to the [...]

iRead Story of Impact and Innovation in the past 4 years

Since iRead Mobile Library opened in October 2013, more than 20,000 children and teenagers have been visited in schools and communities within the western part of Nigeria. iRead is the first innovative mobile library for children in Nigeria. Children have borrowed nearly 6 thousand books and other library materials with more than 6,000 children and 4200 teens having attended programs organized by the library. We have launched a network model of community libraries and look forward to hosting children at all [...]