‘Puo Letlotlo’ promotes cultural education

Lovy says the her name sparked the interest to explore the significance of Setswana language
Lovy says the her name sparked the interest to explore the significance of Setswana language

Gaegalalwe Lovy, a 33-year-old author from Palapye recently released a Setswana book titled, ‘PUO LETLOTLO’.

Inspired by her love for Setswana language and culture, Lovy's book aims at educating and entertaining children through the use of word puzzles and crosswords. Lovy shared her writing PUO LETLOTLO experience with Arts&Culture. “My name, Gaegalalwe, sparked my interest in exploring the significance of Setswana language.

I realised that many children today do not appreciate the richness of our culture, so I wanted to create a fun and interactive way to teach them Setswana grammar and traditions,” she explained. PUO LETLOTLO is the first book of its kind to be written and published in Setswana, making it a valuable resource for children to learn the language.

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