Sharjah Children's Reading Festival 2023: Instilling a Love of Reading and Writing in Young MindsThe largest literary festival in the UAE and the region is committed to encouraging a love of reading, particularly among children and young people.
on Mar 17, 2023
In Sharjah, the yearly children's book festival is returning. The Sharjah Children's Reading Festival, which starts on May 3, is what we're referring to. Expo Center Sharjah will serve as the location as usual. The admiringly anticipated Emirate event will see its 14th iteration this year.
Mark the date because Sharjah will soon host the much-anticipated event for young people. Mark your calendars now since the event will occur from May 3 to May 14, 2023. The event continues Sharjah's efforts to promote reading among the younger generation. The SCRF's extensive programming calendar will also put students in touch with the right chance to discover their skills.
Children and kids will grasp and accept information as a resource for their ongoing growth and characterization during this yearly event catered to them. The goal of this intensive 12-day program is to instill a love of reading and writing in young people. The event will help to educate the future generation and provide them with the resources they need to run the nation.
In line with tradition, the largest literary festival in the UAE and the region is committed to encouraging a love of reading, particularly among children and young people.
The festival will bring together renowned publishers, authors, poets, painters, and other creatives to provide a dynamic schedule of talks, seminars, and live performances to captivate and educate audiences of all ages.
Showing how, over time, SCRF has developed into a robust platform for publishers, writers, and illustrators of children's books. The upcoming edition will continue to support the development of children's literature. The 14th edition will feature a jam-packed calendar of events, shows, and seminars that will allow youngsters and teens to apply their skills and explore their creative sides.
The book-related events at the festival are exciting, but several supplementary attractions promise to make the outing engaging for children and adults.
Thus, be sure to leave time open in your calendar during the first week of May.
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