Welcome to ‘Young Readers Library’ …Inspiring reading and Creativity

Book & Creative Writing

Your child is will learn to read above grade level, comprehend, increase in vocabulary and write for a global audience


We organize diverse competitions which challenges children to be the best they can be


We publish children’s stories, poems and arts in our anthology.

After School & Enrichment Program

Our unique program is designed to inspire excellence in Children through our special literacy curriculum.

Vocabulary Workshops

A rich vocabulary enhances a child’s comprehension and writing style. Our workshop is specially designed to improve Children’s vocabulary

Book Loan

Registered members enjoy the benefit of borrowing books at an affordable rate.

Why Young Readers Library

Young Readers Library  is a social enterprise created to spur the love for reading and creative writing for pleasure in children-help them develop the necessary reading and writing skill , creative and leadership skill to be the best they can be and solve problems.

With the numerous distractions existing, the interest in reading for pleasure, writing and creativity among children has greatly reduced. Today, children spend more of their time on electronic tablets, smart phones and video games. At Young Readers Library, we believe that creativity and imagination are natural gifts of childhood, which is why we encourage our children to read and create daily, through access to books, journals and our unique programs.

Reading and writing keeps children creative!

Both reading and writing build a foundation for children to become leaders among their peers. Through our competitions and programs, our children are encouraged to read, write, create and become positive role models.

Our On-going Program

In this section, you will find all our ongoing programs for the Library. We always have one activity for the kids all year round.

We organize competitions among schools and different individuals. Several Schools enter into the contest, and this has been a great benefit to the kids.

This a free event for families to develop children’s literacy in homes.


Parents and children come together to enjoy nice games around books and word.  This event is held every last Saturday of the month between 3-5pm.


Parents can also share and learn how raise children who read for pleasure and display leadership and problem skills.

The Summer Reading Challenge encourages children aged 4 to 16 to read 30 books in 30 days during the long summer holiday.

Children’s reading skills can slide downwards during the summer holidays if they don’t have regular access to books and encouragement to read for pleasure. The annual Summer Reading Challenge helps get thousands of children reading for pleasure each year and maintain or upgrade their reading skills and confidence.

How it works

Children read 30 Books  for 30 days divided into a minimum of,

5 Non-fiction Books

5 Indigenous Books (local languages)

5 Books by local Authors

Plus any other book of their choice.

There is a certificate for everyone who completes the Challenge and special awards for outstanding participants.

Special Awards are:

Most Ingenious

Best Presentation

Best Journal Work

Top 5 who show improvement in their vocabulary.


The Summer Reading Challenge is open to all primary and secondary school aged children and is designed for all reading abilities. Participants are given page limits, depending on their age.


The first edition  (2018) held in Lagos and Abuja.

The next edition (2019) will hold in Lagos, Abuja, Portharcourt, Kano and Ibadan.

This initiative is supported by British Council and Bookworm Café

To support this intiative, call 07064362025 or  30bookschallenge@youngreaderslibrary.org.ng

Every Saturday, the children gather to discuss about different books and engage in creative writing and art.


Our activities are designed to improve the child’s use of punctuation, comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, writing, critical thinking and creativity among other skills


Time: 12-3pm every Saturday

Our quarterly Open Mic for children gives them a platform to showcase their talents and literary skills. The children receive feedback for experts to enable them grow as speakers and writers.


This event helps children build confidence and public speaking skills.


The best part is, admission is free

Once every quarter, literacy contest are organised in areas such as, story telling, essay writing, poetry, art  and other literary skills to enable children exercise their reading, research and writing skills.


Some of our past topics

  1. What does children’s day mean to you?
  2. How I spent my last holiday
  3. The president of my dream- Showcasing the leadership skills of this president.

This project is done in partnership with schools and parent.

Watch this space for the next edition….

Our Results Speak for themsleves!

The kids who have been actively participating in theses competitions have shown great improvements in their various schools to the amazement of their teachers and parents

Voted OUTSTANDING by our parents

What The Children Say

Your Children

The success of your child is our topmost priority. We constantly research and test ways in which your child can be the leaders they truly are.

Skills developed:

  • Empathy
  • social skills
  • Excellence
  • Creativity
  • Fluency and much more


Our programs brings out the creative side of your child

Reading Achievement

Our program enables the children develop skills such as fluency, improved comprehension, vocabulary and grammar, critical thinking skills among others.

Social skills

Children who visit the library, have advanced social skills.

We give priorities to your children’s reading achievements and creativity


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