Prince Carl Philip inaugurates Book Fair’s new children’s area

prince carl philip swedenLinda Broström/The Royal Court of Sweden

Prince Carl Philip of Sweden has opened the new children’s area of the Book Fair in Gothenburg.

At the opening, Prince Carl Philip, who has dyslexia, said, “And I want you all to open your eyes to those who don’t read and ask why they don’t. Asking questions is caring! Maybe they don’t have peace and quiet, maybe they lack the time, or they haven’t found a book that interests them. Or maybe they have dyslexia.”

He visited the Reading Tent, a program sponsored by the Prince Couple’s Foundation, where school classes are invited to attend activities to promote reading. They can also participate in the The Great Adventure game, which was designed for children with dyslexia.

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