International Children’s Book Day: ‘Read The World’ By UNICEF To Support Children In Isolation


International Children’s Book Day: ‘Read The World By UNICEF For Children In Isolation Due To COVID-19

New York/Geneva:

Much-loved youngsters‘s authors are becoming a member of an initiative to learn extracts in their books to tens of millions of kids and younger other people lately residing in isolation amid the COVID-19 pandemic. ‘Read the World’, a collaboration between the International Publishers Association (IPA), the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF, will kick off lately, on International Children’s Book Day, at 15.00 GMT/17.00 CET (17.30 IST) with Italian writer Elisabetta Dami, author of the preferred persona Geronimo Stilton, learn a UNICEF commentary.

Elisabetta Dami will learn on her non-public Instagram account in English from 15.00-15.30 GMT.

Dami, whose books have offered greater than 180 million copies around the globe and are revealed in 50 other languages, may also reply to feedback and questions by the use of the platform.

“These are uncharted waters for us all, and the psycho-social results of extended isolation and social distancing are but to be noticed and understood,” mentioned IPA President Hugo Setzer.

“All people must take explicit care of our psychological well being this present dayand particularly that of younger minds. The IPA sought after to do one thing sure to convey youngsters and their favorite writers nearer, to stimulate their passion in books and to create a carefree second for households to proportion all through this tough duration of confinement,” mentioned Mr Setzer.

“Children’s lives and routines had been became the other way up in only some brief weeks,” mentioned UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore. “Even when the outdoor global is out of bounds for now, studying can remind youngsters and younger folks that the transportive energy of books is limitless.”

“WHO is dedicated to preventing the COVID-19 pandemic on all fronts, particularly in terms of protective younger other people,” mentioned WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.

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