Sir Ken Robinson

Another fabulous TED talk (Thanks Linda Warren) – Sir Ken Robinson making a case for teaching creativity in schools. Funny, and close to home. His most appealing remark relevant to Betty & Cat, is that kids aren’t afraid to get something wrong: he tells the story of a group of four year-olds in a nativity play.  Th three wise men appeared. The first one said, I bring gold; the second one said, I bring myrrh. The third one said, Frank sent you this. . . How adorable! He was obviously stuck, but not afraid to try something.

So no, no, and no again, to translations of Betty & Cat!

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