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2016/02.

Nal’ibali, Yvonne Chaka Chaka and World Read Aloud Day 2016, and how we managed to engage South Africans across the country

2015/12.

Nal’ibali’s launches our Summer Reading Challenge, as well as a new story and holiday tips to keep the stories alive

2015/10.

Want to know how to get book donations? We explore ways to get book donations, chat to our Nal’ibali supplement team and give you a useful literacy tip for the road

2015/08.

Celebrating the powerful women on the Nal’ibali for women’s month, explore how stories can heal, and impart some useful reflections from the field

2015/07.

Nal’ibali and Media24 join up with celebs for Mandela day to read and record 24 stories

2015/05.

PRAESA wins the largest children’s literary award in the world, the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award

2015/04.

Nal’ibali launches the Children’s Literacy Rights Poster, we take a look at our 2015 read-aloud record and we feature a brand new story

2015/04.

Nal’ibali and Gcina Mhlophe take World Read Aloud Day 2015 by storm, and we have Suzelle DIY on board for Mother Languages Day

2015/01.

Make new year’s reading resolutions with Nal’ibali and take a look at our most beautiful moments of 2014

2014/10.

Nal’ibali launches our ground-breaking Story Power campaign, supported by Hlubi Mboya and The Soil

2014/11.

Nal’ibali launches our literacy app with Mxit, making stories accessible to you at the touch of a button

2014/07.

Learn how to sneak reading into your child’s life, as well as some must-reads from this month

2014/05.

We show you how to bond over books with your little ones, and feature the world-famous book of the month, ‘The happy prince’

2013/11.

We show you how you can be part of our growing a nation of readers, plus we take a look at some incredible illustrators

2013/09.

Nal’ibali and Wimpy join forces, and we chat to a boy you tells how reading saved his life

2013/08.

For Women’s Month, we profile 12 amazing women who are driving literacy change in SA

2013/07.

The freedom to choose stories is what motivates children to read. Here’s how to help them choose stories, and continue sparking a love of reading

2013/06.

We explore some simple triggers that help our children learn, while giving them the space to choose which stories they’re interested in

2013/05.

All it takes 15 of reading a day. We explore how to optimise those minutes in a busy lifestyle

2013/04.

Nal’ibali explores our first read-aloud record, plus we take a look at some of our favourite baby books