Volunteer Sita Muwas reads aloud to a group of children during a We Love Reading partnered story session. We Love Reading sessions are primarily held in neighborhood mosques but can be held in any pre-agreed upon space. This particular session is held in Muwas’s home.
 Sita Muwas gives Abdalla (last name withheld) a We Love Reading children’s book so he can practice reading at home. We Love Reading strives to build a culture of reading by prioritizing the interests of children.
 We Love Reading field officer Ghufran Abu Dayyeh teaches reading aloud practices to a group of volunteers. The We Love Reading organization offers trainings where volunteers receive the materials and skills necessary to hold their own reading sessions.
 Two volunteers review a children’s book during a We Love Reading training session. The training took place inside a women’s Islamic center in Amman, Jordan.
 Over 20 volunteers attended the We Love Reading training session. We Love Reading primarily focuses on nurturing the love of reading in children, but the non-profit also works to educate and train adults in reading aloud practices.
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