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Australian Children's Laureate Ursula Dubosarsky with students from Rainbow street Public school, Randwick. Picture: John Appleyard

Australian Children’s Laureate says libraries save Aussie kids from ‘elitism’

Australian children should visit a library on a weekly basis and new schools built without traditional libraries could turn reading into an elitist art, Ursula Dubosarsky says.

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