Berg - At its most recent meeting this week, the Foreigners' Advisory Council of the Starnberg district handed over more than 200 multilingual children's books to the Aufkirchner community library.
With these bilingual books, foreign children who live in Berg should learn the German language more quickly and easily.
"Adults also read these children's books - to learn the language", reported in the session on Monday evening in the Starnberg District Office, Klaus Brandtner, the first chairman of the Starnberg Foreigners Advisory Council.
With the books project, the Foreigners Advisory Council wants to facilitate the integration of foreign children, so that they should learn the German language more easily.
The books also work the other way around, of course, because German speakers also learn a foreign language in this way.
In addition, multilingualism should be actively promoted.
This is also economically valuable for the district in the long term, if qualified, multilingual employees can be used.
The aim of the Foreigners' Advisory Board is to equip all public libraries in the district with multilingual books in the next few years.