What they say : What they say about reading

“When I attended the children reading tent I came across many books that gave me the courage to read more books that teach me how to treat my friends and how to behave as a good girl.” Stephanie Mutoni, 10, St Ignance, P.5.

“When I attended the children reading tent I came across many books that gave me the courage to read more books that teach me how to treat my friends and how to behave as a good girl.”

Stephanie Mutoni, 10, St Ignance, P.5.

“Reading drives us to a better future because when you are not able to read everything in life is simplified.”

 Jean Luc Nsabimana, 10, EPAK, P.5.

“Reading is almost everything because, even the country can’t develop when people don’t know how to read and to write and that is why it should be a pleasure to every parent to give education to their children.”

 Joan Kakira, 9, Well Spring Academy, P.5.

“Literature guides you on how to make the right choices in life therefore the reading culture should be encouraged in school.”

Nadege Umuhoza, 10, City Infant School, P.5.

“Reading literature makes you know different stories that sometimes helps you on how to handle other people. Story books are very interesting.”

Victor Ntwali, 11, Remera Catholic 2, P.6.

“If there was no reading and writing, then there would be no need for us to go to school so as to attain knowledge and skills to develop ourselves and our country at large.”

Carmel Gaza, 11, Mary Help Christians, P.5.

“Reading is like a journey, the more you read, the more you get to know many things in every aspects of life.”

Pricinca Urwigeri, 10, Kigali Parent School, P.5.

“I enjoy reading because it makes sense when I am reading a story and I keep putting myself in that story that I am reading.

Barny Mukunzi, 7, Alpha Community, Academy, P.3.

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