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L’été approche et les vacances aussi. C’est le moment de lire un livre à ses enfants, à la maison, dans le jardin, à la plage… Family in the park

Ou bien, allez à la rubrique “It’s storytime!”  et laissez vous raconter une histoire en anglais, en français, en italien…

Saluons toutes les initiatives qui visent à promouvoir la lecture chez les enfants (et les adultes aussi!), elles sont nombreuses : Eu read (http://www.euread.com), Lire et faire lire (http://www.lireetfairelire.org), Nati per leggere (http://www.natiperleggere.it), le Scottish Book Trust (http://www.scottishbooktrust.com) et plein d’autres… Allez voir aussi la rubrique “More stories” pour plus de renseignements.

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