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Rotary book donation to encourage literacy

Book donation: Elliot Primary School, one of four schools to be given free copies of an African-centred book (File photograph)

A Rotary club has launched a book drive to encourage literacy in young children.

The “From Teens to Tots” initiative will provide four primary schools – Harrington Sound, Elliot, Prospect and Victor Scott – with copies of the book A is for Afrika, S is for Sovereignty.

A spokeswoman for Hamilton Rotary Club said the book was “an early reader primer rich in lessons of African culture and traditions, some of which will resonate with local Bermudian heritage”.

For more information about the project or the Hamilton Rotary Interact programme, e-mail ngadik@gmail.com or call 236 3434.

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Published May 17, 2021 at 1:49 pm (Updated May 17, 2021 at 3:14 pm)

Rotary book donation to encourage literacy

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