Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon with pupils from Brunstane Primary School Edinburgh on World Book Day

Nicola Sturgeon - Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon unveils new reading initiative. Nicola Sturgeon joins primary seven pupils from Brunstane Primary Edinburgh at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, High St Edinburgh. The pupils dressed as their favourite book characters to commemorate World Book Day as she unveils an initiative to encourage more kids across Scotland to read. at Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh - Edinburgh, United Kingdom - Thursday 3rd March 2016 (3 Pictures)


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