Reblogged: post on children’s correspondence

 

In 1954, the General Assembly of the UN recommended that all countries institute a Universal Children’s Day. International Children’s Day is recognized on various days around the world (you can see a full list of dates here). Many countries have chosen to celebrate on June 1, as this is when the World Conference for the Well-being […]

via Children’s Correspondence — University of Glasgow Library

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