Writer defends investment in national reading plan

  • Escritora Cremilda de Lima
Luanda - The teacher and writer Cremilda de Lima defended Thursday, in Luanda, the need to invest in a national reading plan with the aim to provide the opportunity for children to read a book of Angolan writers.

Speaking to ANGOP, the writer clarified that the investment should serve to contribute in the edition and re-edition of works enough to cover the country.

"I have done a work, which I delivered to the Ministry of Education. It is an essay that can be a starting point for people to analyze to what extent it is worth just implementing the plan at the level of initiation until the 6th grade," Lima said.

For the writer, the literary get-together serves as a barometer to verify the capacity of the readers in absorbing what is written, as well as help to observe the current state of the literature.

 

 

Speaking to ANGOP, the writer clarified that the investment should serve to contribute in the edition and re-edition of works enough to cover the country.

"I have done a work, which I delivered to the Ministry of Education. It is an essay that can be a starting point for people to analyze to what extent it is worth just implementing the plan at the level of initiation until the 6th grade," Lima said.

For the writer, the literary get-together serves as a barometer to verify the capacity of the readers in absorbing what is written, as well as help to observe the current state of the literature.