Considering reading as a fundamental skill in learning a foreign language, factors which can be of enhancing role deserve to be investigated. Metacognitive awareness of reading strategies is regarded as a variable which is hypothesized to assist learners in the demanding task of comprehending a text. The book which comes in eight chapters tries to touch on the most important issues in reading skill and reading strategy use. It starts with presenting the nature of reading skill, process and phases of reading and also a discussion on the role of schema in reading. In chapter two reading models are presented and chapter three and four are respectively devoted to defining language learning strategies and reading strategy use. The studies on metacognitive awareness of reading strategies in English language teaching (ELT) context are vastly reviewed in chapter five. Further, methodology, results and implications of the current study are offered in chapter six to eight. The book which explores the associations between metacognitive awareness of reading strategies and reading achievement of the learners in an ELT context has pedagogical implications for language learners and teachers.