„Lesestart - Drei Meilensteine für das Lesen“ - Thüringer Familienministerin Heike Taubert überreicht Lesestart-Set in Kinderarztpraxis in Greiz

February 2013
Bibliotheksdienst;2013, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p136
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The article discusses the Lesestart - Drei Meilensteine für das Lesen, an early childhood and family literacy program in the German region of Thuringia, and a ceremony marking the program at a pediatric clinic attended by the regional minister for Social, Family and Health Affairs, Heike Taubert on December 3, 2012. The program, which began in November 2011, has distributed 10,000 sets of literary materials in the Thuringia region.


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