A Book for every child

United States, 1970

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Enormous book shortages plague nearly every emerging nation. The creative potential of teachers is being tapped in India, Thailand and Uganda, where they are writing, illustrating and even hand-producing books for their own class rooms. From them, children are also learning to make this most basic teaching tool. Narrated by Edward Kemp.

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UNICEF

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John Balcomb

Alastair Matheson

Mallica Vanarathon

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00:09:00:00

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United States
Production dates
1970

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