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The Great International Literacy Day Reveal!

Which isn’t one 😉 Well, looks like no matter how much I shouted Literacy isn’t a topic that interests many. Or my “prizes” were just too bad LOL. Can’t help it, that was all I could afford at the moment as I am still without a job and still have a lot to pay. This means no special line for World Literacy Day tomorrow and … Continue reading The Great International Literacy Day Reveal!

Just today and tomorrow (GMT time!)

There is only today and tomorrow left to get 20% off on my “On your keyboard ~ get tea/coffee ~ write!” mugs that support the World Literacy Foundation with promo code SUMMER18! What would you do if you could not read or write? Millions still have no advantage of this skill and you can help to change that with buying one of these quirky writer’s … Continue reading Just today and tomorrow (GMT time!)

Don’t miss out on 20% off “On Your Keyboard” Mugs

You still have three days left to take advantage of the 20% off on my “On your keyboard ~ get tea/coffee ~ write!” mugs that support the World Literacy Foundation!     On your keyboard shops here (US/Canada) & here (EU) And until September 5th to help me create a new line for World Literacy Day on September 8th, 2018! Find out more here   Continue reading Don’t miss out on 20% off “On Your Keyboard” Mugs

Please support The Bee & the World Literacy Foundation

For today’s YouTube Tuesday I introduce you to the World Literacy Foundation. Founded in 2003 by Andrew Kay its aim is to end illiteracy worldwide. According to their page still 20% of the world’s population can’t read or write. And that is not only in the developing world: According to the Literacy Trust UK “Around 15 per cent, or 5.1 million adults in England, can be … Continue reading Please support The Bee & the World Literacy Foundation

Unterstuetzt The Bee & die World Literacy Foundation

Fuer den heutigen YouTube Dienstag stelle ich Euch die World Literacy Foundation vor. Sie wurde 2003 von Andrew Kay gegruendet und ihr Ziel ist es, Analphabetismus weltweit zu beenden. Auf ihrer Seite stellen sie dar, dass 20% der Weltbevoelkerung nicht lesen und schreiben kann. Und das nicht nur in der 3. Welt. Der Literacy Trust UK sagt, dass ungefaehr 15% oder  5.1 Millionen Erwachsene in England … Continue reading Unterstuetzt The Bee & die World Literacy Foundation