23 November 2012

Angola: Writer Backs Interest in Child Book

Namibe — Angolan writer Canguimbo Ananas Friday called for the need to increasingly influence the Angolan market to interest in child's literature, Angop has learnt.

The writer said that good books make people travel, meet identities, habits and customs and art of other peoples.

Canguimbo Ananas assured that the project of reading in schools, of which is co-founder, still exists in the provinces where it is being implemented, with particular emphasis on Namibe and Luanda.

The project is supported by the Saving and Credit Bank (BPC) and other charities institutions.

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