Monday, January 18, 2010

Here they are, the first extracts from Rudd's new children's book...


It's not bad actually.






It (almost) ends...




Why did Rudd write it?

Err...

"It's a very practical measure to encourage literacy with the youngest Australians, and whatever we can do to encourage little ones to read and whatever we can do to encourage Mums and Dads and Grandmums, Granddads and carers to read to little ones, frankly, that is a good thing for the country and a good thing for them. If we don't get the basics right when it comes to a little one's education then, frankly, the problems get bigger and bigger later on. Getting the basics right, getting reading right, is really important for these little Australians' future."

Pure Rudd.

Proceeds to the Centre for Community Child Health at RCH Melbourne.



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1 comments:

Marek said...

I want to hate this with a passion,
but i can't!

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