17 July 2012

Angola: Writer Cremilda De Lima Defends Children Literature

Luanda — The Angolan writer Cremilda de Lima defended this Tuesday, here the need to continue with children literature and new writers should have basis to develop literature actions.

Speaking to Angop about children literature in Angola, the writer stressed that such actions might boost lost talent because there are few writers of children literature.

Cremilda de Lima said that this lack of infant literature writers is also due to the lack of knowledge and because there are few re-editions of valuable books.

According to her, there is a proposal from the Ministry of Education, so as to implement in the country, a national literature plan for schools in which students will be analyzed in classrooms with teachers.

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