The development of Easy to Read is often seen as the creation of more definitions and rules – but do we need frames and principles more than rules to write a natural and living Easy Language?
Easy to Read books are nowadays read by a broad and varied audience, from people with intellectual disabilities to unused readers, and those who are learning a new language. Should we provide different criteria and various Easy Languages for the diverse reader groups?
This year it is 20 years since Sabira Stahlberg’s first Easy to Read book was published. Since then Sabira has written more than 20 Easy to Read books.