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The Reading for All Festival or the Reading for All Campaign is a national campaign in Egypt. The campaign aims to encourage young people and children in Egypt to read, which was adopted by the former First Lady of Egypt, Suzanne Mubarak.
The idea of the festival was born during the International Federation of Publishers Conference held in London in 1991, where the phenomenon of children's libraries in Egypt and the social and cultural role they can play in a child's life were discussed. The first celebration of this festival was in 1991 in the Arab Al-Mohammadi Library and under the slogan "Reading for All".
Depicts a portrait of Susanne Mubarak, the wife of at that time President Mubarak, the inscription "Reading for all" above "under the auspices of the lady Susanne Mubarak" below.
Depicts the emblem of the festival (4 boys raise books) left, denomination in centre and dates (Gregorian and Hegira) below, legend "Arab Republic of Egypt" above.
جمهورية مصر العربية