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When You Read... You Write

When you read... you imagine...
When you read... you believe...
When you read... you learn...
When you read... you write...

Reading is the doorway to many possibilities and the silver lining to a dark cloud of self doubt and the unknown. It broadens your horizon and exposes you to different cultures, theories and endless discoveries.

In support of Reading Literacy I recently offered my children's novel Dragon Boyz as a special prize to the Maple Leaf International School. So apart from enjoying the experiencing of seeing the pride on their students' faces, I liked showing the young learners what they can achieve if they allow their creative juices to flow.

It was a great honor to present the Grade 3 student with Dragon Boyz, and appreciated the welcome I received from their Librarian, Gena Mohammed and the Maple Leaf school body.

May 31, 2015 - Sunday Guardian of Trinidad and Tobago. Sunday Vibe.

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I wish the school continued success and hope I can be just as involved. Maybe I would be presenting a Dragon Boyz 2 ;)

Dream Big!


  1. Hi! Stopping by from Mom Bloggers Club. Great blog!
    Have a nice day!


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