Reading is power

Reading is power

Monday, May 20, 2019

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Reigning Miss Jamaica World and Miss World Caribbean Kadijah Robinson (second right) poses with (from left) Tara Goulbourne, JP Tropical Foods commercial manager; Shauna Fuller, Kingston Bookshop director; and Stephane Mais, project manager at FLOW, as they proudly display Jamaican-authored children's books that they read to students from 23 schools in Kingston and St Andrew who were, on May 15, invited for a day of fun and learning during the Kingston Bookshop Reading Day, at the bookshop's head office on King Street in Kingston.

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