Tue, 12 Nov 2019 16:16 - Updated Tue, 12 Nov 2019 16:15
“My time to learn how to read” book released in Luanda
Cazenga - The children literary work entitled “My time to learn to read”, written by Angolan writer and pastor, Jurdil Pinto, was launched last Monday, in Cazenga municipality of Luanda.
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The lunching occasion was held at Mediateca “Zé-Dú”, in the ambit of the celebrations for the 44th anniversary of the national independency, marked on 11 November.
The 10-page book aims to cultivate the reading habit, to convey the wish and the intention of the redemption of moral values towards the society.
According to the writer, he also intends to arouse the intention as the child may have the desire to learn to read and write, as the country has gone through a troubled moment and with many teenagers out of the education system.
The work describes the trajectory of the boy Minguito who goes to school to learn from the teacher, at home his father also does the same work, a fact that encourages him in the teaching and learning system.
Jurdil Pinto said he believed that many children continue to think and dream about the day and time to learn to read and write, so that is why being motivated by the main character of “Minguito and his father” who played a leading role in this hard task.
For the municipality of Cazenga, 300 copies were made available in a first phase.
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