Schools Need Libraries by howvideos666

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									Well, duh!
READING 

IS A VERY VERY VERY

GOOD THING

That’s why we
have libraries for
people like him
in the UK.

It’s the LAW.

      GREAT!
But for
school
children
like her … 

          

  LIBRARIES

    ARE
OPTIONAL

The LAW does not
require LIBRARIES

in schools.

  Well,
DOUBLE duh!
NOW MORE
THAN EVER

Children need to read.

BECAUSE DISTRACTIONS





ARE EVERYWHERE.

But There’s so
 much to do.
  What’s the
   point of
   reading?
WHY READ?

Because in the pages of a book
you can be ANYBODY.

Because the
words that build
the story will
become YOURS, to
build your LIFE.

READ not for
happy endings
but for new
beginnings. 

You’re just
beginning
yourself, and you
could use 

a MAP.

Because one of these days you’re going
to get out of this town, and go
everywhere and meet everybody and
you want to be READY.

READ, and you’re
never going to run
out of material.

EVERY journey
begins in the
LIBRARY and
you’d better
start packing.

SUPPORT	
  EARLY	
  DAY	
  MOTION	
  647	
  	
  
Reading in Schools

 •  That one of the Government's priorities is
    for all children to read daily for pleasure

 •  That every school should have a well-
    stocked library

 •  That research shows that children who
    have access to a school library and who
    read for pleasure reach higher levels of
    attainment in all subjects

 •  That the best way to encourage children to
    read for pleasure is by free voluntary
    reading

 •  Calls on the Government to continue to take
    all necessary steps to encourage school
    libraries.

 WRITE YOUR MP
      TODAY.

 ASK HIM or HER

TO SIGN EARLY DAY 

   MOTION 647 

Slideshare created by
CANDY GOURLAY



WHY READ text based 

on the writing of 

RICHARD PECK

With BIG thanks to

Barbara Band
          Juliet

The Mass Lobby of      Annika, Esther and Otto 

Parliament for         Anne CN

School Libraries in    Eje Gustaffson

Scotland and
                       Toshimasa Ishibashi

England

                       Leonid Mamchenkov

Cindy Bajema
          Pratham Books

The Sambat Trust	
     Chris P

                       	
  

								
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