Afghan Author Wants to Make Books Accessible to Country’s Children

VOA News | May 13, 2018: A young author in the Balkh province of Afghanistan has generated a large following among the country’s children. His name is Assadullah Ehtsham. His mission: to preserve classic Afghan poetry and nursery rhymes to encourage children to read. In the past two years, he’s already handed out more than 3,000 books. Mirwais Bizhan went to Northern Afghanistan to speak with Ehtsham about his mission.

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