National Year of Reading – June theme is DREAM


The definition for dreaming from

1. To experience a dream in sleep: dreamed of meeting an old friend.
2. To daydream.
3. To have a deep aspiration: dreaming of a world at peace.
4. To regard something as feasible or practical: I wouldn’t dream of trick skiing on icy


 Martin Luther King is famous for his “I have a dream…” speech.

What was it about?


Share your ideas below…

What do you dream or aspire to do/be?

The following content is from the National Year of Reading 2012 |  the-OPINION-chair blog

“DREAM is infinite.  Here are a few ideas to get you started:-

  • Go back to your childhood, what were your favourite tales, nursery rhymes or bedtime stories?
  • Dream about your memories, and think about putting pen to paper
  • Research the Dreamtime, Australia’s history is rich and diverse, there’s lots to discover
  • Dream about a place you would like to visit, and read up about it on travelogues, or even use Google Maps’ street view
  • Let your imagination unravel and write your own story
  • Dream about the future; does what Science Fiction tell us really ring true?
  • It’s always fun to dream about the impossible.  Take a trip down fantasy lane and pick up a fantasy novel, who knows, you might get engrossed…”

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