8th September was proclaimed International Literacy Day by UNESCO on 26 October, 1966, to underscore the importance of literacy for individuals and societies. The importance of literacy cannot be denied by any individual or any society. Literacy offers freedom for society, and liberate the energies of people in realising their hidden talents. Literacy also bridges the gap between the rich and the poor, as well as serves as the surest way to overcome poverty and diseases.
Making the right choice or decision with respect to the paper in book production is very beneficial in the long term. Print production plays a major part in the production of physical books. More so, the paper stock is a very essential raw material in the production of physical books. Paper comes in many forms with different qualities, hence, when it comes to book production choosing the right paper is very important.
It may be a sheer mistake on the part of parents and teachers to treat children equally on the subject of what they want to read. It is worth to note that everybody reads for a purpose. Like it happens to everyone, children have their likes and dislikes when it comes to what to read. Not only that, but also there are other factors that affect a child’s choice of which book to read.
Orderliness is a pre-requisite in all aspect of our lives. There seem to be questions when there is a disorder or disorganisation in any activity or situation. Likewise, when the book is not organised as expected, there is some level of confusion. A book educates and gives information to target readers. Hence, it needs to be arranged and structured in such a manner that it gives all necessary information and directs the reader.