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Thursday, September 8, 2011

Happy International Literacy Day!

In my ongoing monthly series of little-known holidays, September 8 marks International Literacy Day, celebrating and promoting literacy all over the world.

Created by the United Nations, International Literacy Day is promoted by the UN's UNESCO. According to their website: "The aim is to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies."

I'm a pretty serious bookworm, so it is my great pleasure to highlight a few literacy-inspired items by our talented CCCOE team members.

Felted Wool Messenger Book Bag by OhMay

Kitten on Keyboard bookmark by SoBayBaubles

Woman on Couch original painting by LindaKellyArt

Key to my Heart Journal by boundbyhand

Bookworm card by KitKatCards

Copper Bookmarks set of 4 by visionquest

Bulldog Vintage Page Silhouette by scratchandsniff

Happy Reading! from Janet of CustomSepia

9 comments:

  1. thanks for your cool post,info and inclusion of my felted bag.

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  2. Great post! These little known holidays are so much fun!

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  3. what a great holiday! i had no idea it existed. and what wonderful finds :)

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  4. who knew?!?!
    great finds and post- thanks for including my bookmarks!
    :o)

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  5. Being something of a bibliophile myself, I love this holiday! And I thank you SO much for including my bookmark with the other items from these talented and skilled artisans!

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  6. Wow! What a great post, I love it! BTW, if you have etsy coupon you can share your coupon at http://etsycouponcode.com

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  7. lovely pics!
    http://vanessalu91.blogspot.com

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  8. this is so cute and inspiring! thank you for your sweet comment on my blog!

    xx
    lyndsey of hellolyndsey

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