Easy to Read books can be used to develop literacy in endangered languages.
Two of Bokpil’s books have recently been published as talking and braille books and now reach a larger group of readers.
The first Easy to Read books in Tatar have been published!
Bokpil and author Sabira Stahlberg have engaged in a campaign to provide computers for distance learning to the school in Golyamo Novo village, Bulgaria.
Now it is online! Edu Bokpil is our new website for extra materials.
We have collected materials and suggestions for tasks on a single website.
In these extraordinary times, we at Bokpil support distance learning by publishing two titles with tasks for free.
Teachers, pupils and parents are welcome to use the materials.
Many of Bokpil books discuss current topics such as climate change and pollution. In all our activities ecological consciousness and thinking are present.
Swedish radio’s Klartext recently published the news about the Serbian translations of Bokpil’s Easy Read books.
Bokpil has been nominated for the Vuoden Mesoaja competition in Finland.
Easy Read books are now available also in Serbian! In the Balkans Easy Reads are still fairly unknown, but now the first Serbian books have been published.
Our website and books are now also in Serbian!
Lately many people ask when our books will be published in Finnish. Now we publish excerpts from the books for all who are interested.