by Eugenie Mujawiyera

Book Cover: Reading: an incredible wealth
ISBN: 9781738807420
ISBN: 979-8848976915

Bill is a young boy who does not like to read. Roxanna, his classmate, is a great reader. One day, Bill and his mother visited Roxanna's family. She introduced him to the incredible wealth of reading. His mother supported him in his journey into the world of books. One day, he went to the library with his mother. He discovered that there were interesting books on his favorite subject 'aliens'. He borrowed a few books and became an avid reader.


Reading: an incredible wealth

Bill, I would advise you to make a big effort to read at least a few pages of a book every day. Reading can help you learn things and you can apply them to your life. You can take just ten to fifteen minutes a day.

Bill: Tom the Alien!

Mom: Well! Imagine there was a book about Tom the Alien, would you read it?

Bill: I am not sure.

Mom: Why? When you read, you can imagine anything you want! You can also imagine that you are in the world of Tom the Alien!

Mom: Lots of things, you can become as smart as Einstein by reading books on Science or Physics. Reading allows us to learn new words and it also allows us to go into an infinite world!

Bill: That’s great! Ms. Poppy, do you have any books about aliens?

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About the Author

Eugénie Mujawiyera is a teacher in Toronto, Ontario. She is multilingual. She holds a Bachelor of Education from the University of Alberta. She also holds a Master of Education (Concentration in Leadership, Evaluation, Curriculum and Policy Studies) from the University of Ottawa. During her free time, she likes to do research related to education and write educational books which can help elementary or junior students to do better at school, achieve excellence in their studies, and become better citizens of the world.

Eugénie Mujawiyera est une enseignante à Toronto, en Ontario. Elle est multilingue. Elle est titulaire d'un baccalauréat en éducation de l'Université de l'Alberta. Elle est également titulaire d'une maîtrise en éducation (concentration en leadership, évaluation, études des programmes et des politiques) de l'Université d'Ottawa. Pendant son temps libre, elle aime faire des recherches sur l'éducation et écrire des livres éducatifs qui peuvent aider les élèves du primaire ou du secondaire à mieux réussir à l'école, à atteindre l'excellence dans leurs études, et à devenir de meilleurs citoyens du monde.