We have based our work on various topics, such as: the most famous Croatian writers, the oldest books in our library which are protected by law, creativity and projects of our school library etc.
With regard to this year's annotation of school libraries, the students (class 2L) have created a pinboard. We have also marked The month of Croatian book that is celebrated from 15th October- 15th November. In that period, our pupils are joining the library project for secondary schools on the national basis called “Let's read till the stars“. The topic is- novel for young people. This month, the pupils are reading two novels that are set for the first level of competition (between schools). After that, they will take part in quizes and the next two levels.
On 24thOctober, we had a workshop in our library regarding Sajam mogućnosti ( Fair- Opportunities). Our students made various leaflets and broshures, school magazine, library report representing our school and our school library.
Our activities will contunue throughout the rest of this school year. Our school library is the place wher our students can express their artistic and literal abilities, and we are glad to know that there is a web page like yours so that everybody can see the pride of our school.
Adani Vidya Mandir, from Ahmedabad, Gujarat India, wishes you all a Very Happy New Year as we begin our new year from Diwali – a festival of lights signifying victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. We celebrated International School Library Month (ISLM) in the week starting from 14th Oct’14 to 18th Oct’14. Our school, Adani Vidya Mandir is an initiative of Adani Foundation, a Corporate Social Responsibility arm of the Adani Group of Industries and set up with the objective of providing free education to meritorious students, coming from challenging economic background and to recognize and enable such students to reach the summit in their chosen fields.
Our school has been celebrating ISLM for the past five years and our students enjoy thoroughly all the activities associated with it. This year, the inaugural day was marked with a workshop on ‘Creating Hanging Stories’ for students of classes 7th and 8th conducted by Ms Shefali Nayan, a well known artist in our city. We had ‘AVM Reading Festival’ for the students of Classes 3rd to 8th during their post Lunch break wherein every class teacher or monitor read aloud to the students in the class followed by a small activity. The books to be read were given by the library staff keeping in mind the time duration, age of the students, interest, etc. We had special assemblies in the entire week wherein every house (Samarpan, Samriddhi, Satya, Sahas) had put up an assembly each which included skits, talk shows, quiz, poems, etc based on books, reading and libraries. Soft boards were decorated on ISLM theme ‘Mind Map Central’. Books on gratitude and the students’ work on them and various formations of the bookmarks we have received all these years were displayed in the junior & senior library. We had ‘Samiksha 2014’ a book review competition, with students sharing their reading of their favourite books. Vidarshan 2014: an exhibition consisting of display of book reports, dioramas, posters, hanging stories, book jackets, and author information in the form of stamps of fames, puppet show, etc. in both the libraries was held on the culmination day. Dr Shraddha Trivedi, noted author and an expert on children’s literature in Gujarati language graced the ISLM culmination programme which also included puppet show, an item on Gujarati folk literature, book reviews by students, poem recitation and a motivating talk by the author. Closing with a prayer that every ISLM celebration should bring children and libraries closer always!
The quizzes were conducted via audio visual tools on selected popular children’s books. The students entered the ‘scrumptious’ world of Roald Dahl and celebrated the 50th anniversary of his most popular book ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’. The students read his books and exchanged their book reviews with ‘Medan International School’, Indonesia via e mail. The primary level students participated in the quiz on the books of Enid Blyton. The students really enjoy reading her books on adventures and mystery. The junior students took a journey to an enchanting world of fairies, elves, goblins, pixies, etc. The winners were felicitated with medals, certificates, fairy tale masks and royal crowns.
This year, the students exchanged bookmarks with a school in Spain and two schools in Croatia. These are: - LAUDE Newton College (Spain), Primary School of Monte Zaro Pula (Croatia), OSNOVNA ŠKOLA TRNOVEC (Croatia)
Sharing of Book Reviews:
Besides Bookmarks, the students of TMS Mohali also wrote book reviews on their favourite author, Roald Dahl. The book reviews were exchanged with the schools in Spain and Indonesia via mail and school Blog. The students really enjoyed this activity and it also helped them to understand the reading tastes of the students of the foreign countries.
The students also interacted on Skype with a school in Indonesia and also in Spain. The students were really excited about this project as they made new friends across the world. The students shared a bagful of information on their respective countries, currency, language, national symbols, festivals, traditions, monuments, books, etc.
Looking forward to be a part of ISLM next year!! Thanks to ISLM coordinators and IASL!
On the occasion of ISLM, the School Library organized a plethora of competitions for the students. This is a time for the students to understand and appreciate the importance of reading and treasure of knowledge hidden in the books.
BOOKMARK EXCHANGE PROJECT
This is a simple, fun way of sharing the pleasure and delight of books and of making new friends through school libraries worldwide. This year our students exchanged their handmade bookmarks with 3 schools:
Royale Elementary School (USA)
Athens Intermediate School (USA)
Andrew’s Catholic College (Australia)
The bookmarks were really appreciated by the schools and all students learnt a lot about other countries.
In the quest to build capable readers, promote independent reading and creating ravenous, lifelong readers a special assembly was presented by the library council members. The rewarding day began with the students sharing views on their favourite books and authors. A skit was also held by the students, on a scene from the famous book “Harry Potter”. Students evolved assembly into an enticing experience that captivated the audience and send them across an enchanted bridge. In the conclusion everyone took a pledge to read books.
LIBRARY WEEK CELEBRATIONS
Creating a school wide reading culture is important to promote reading as a lifestyle. In celebration of the event, a number of competitions including Bookmark Making , Draw & Describe Favourite Book Character, Design a Book Jacket, Book Review, Weaving a Story, Quiz etc were held for different classes.
The winners in these competitions were awarded certificates by the school Principal during the school assembly.
The award for “Readers of the year” has been presented annually to the good readers since 1995.Even this year to encourage students, they were acknowledged with the “Readers of the year 2014” award.
Thanks to everyone who participated and helped in making the ISLM such a great success.
2. Assembly presentations on this year’s theme Related to the theme of International School Library Month ‘Your School Library : Mind -Map Central’
3. Preparation of Class and School Bulletin Boards Related to the theme of International School Library Month Your School Library: Mind -Map Central
4. To promote reading skills, the following activities will be done during library periods
School Address: F-69 Block B north Nazimabad, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Age Level: 3.8 - 4
On the occasion of ISLM, the Beaconhouse School System Kindergarten Branch 1 (Pre-Nusery) organized Library Orientation for parents and various activities for Children.
Parent Orientation is an opportunity for parents to learn how the “Beaconhouse School System” works to serve students and positively impact student success. The more informed and engaged parents are, the greater our students' success.
The purpose of book fair to develop a culture of reading among school going students and to avail for them an exposure to all kinds of book and enhancing the process of learning.
Children watched video regarding library rules. The purpose of that video session is to develop “How to take care of library books at home”.
The students prepared bookmark and discussed the importance of bookmarks.
Our school celebrated the “International School Library Month 2014”in which students performed the following activities:
We did the Bookmark Activity with the students of Grade I-V, where they had to make their own bookmarks. We conducted the Read Along Session with the parents and the students which gave parents the pleasure of knowing knowing where their child stands in the reading area. We did the Story Enhancement Role Play with Grade II. We conducted the activity named Books And Us with the students of Grade IV in which the students got to know more about the books.
Last week Beacon house School System Clifton Campus celebrated the International Library Week with great enthusiasm. The children were engaged in a variety of activities during the whole week. During these interactive activities children were provided with opportunities to explore new information, build their vocabulary, and polish their reading and comprehension skill. Written below are the activities carried out.
Assembly Presentations were done throughout the week in which classes three, four and five participated. The children spoke about the importance of the library as well as the importance of reading in English and Urdu. They also suggested fellow students to take care of the library books. The children recited poems in English and Urdu. Posters made by the students were displayed and quotes regarding reading were shared on the stage.
Interesting and exciting Storytelling Session was conducted in the library. Students made creative bookmarks with a variety of techniques and materials. They wrote book reviews on the books read and encourage others to read them too.
1. Visit to the School Library
all the 5th grade classes visited and participated in a treasure hunt in the library in order to develop library skills;
2. Bookmarks Exchange Project
5th grade, 6th grade students, students with special needs (10 – 11 year-olds) and 7th grade students (12 year-olds) shared bookmarks with schools from Croatia and the USA.
Bookmarks Exhibition from different countries
3. Display of Book Reviews, Reading Quotes and Bookmarks
4. National School Library Day” (27th October)
Celebration of the “National School Library Day” with a performance by a group of students;
5. Lecture about “School libraries and the challenges of the 21st century”
With everyone’s support and cooperation we expect this year to be a huge success.
With the aim of getting the students that start a new school stage (Kindergarten, 1st, 5th and 7th years) familiar with the library space and with the existing resources, there have been, throughout the month, several guided tours to the School Library of each school level.
CONFERENCE ON COLOUR BLINDNESS
As part of the project All Together We Can Read (a project that intends to make school libraries inclusive, equipping them with resources adapted to students with Special Learning Needs), a Conference on Color Blindness took place on the 13th of October, presented and guided by Miguel Neiva, graphic designer and investigator from the University of Minho, who created the ColorAdd, a code of colors which aims to ease the daily life of those with color blindness.
COLOUR BLINDNESS TEST
Related to the Conference on Color Blindness, the School started a color blindness test/trace campaign to all 3rd and 4th year students’ belonging to the School, an activity that had the sponsoring of several local entities/companies.
Subsequent to this event, the School will take part in a nationwide pilot-project, by implementing the ColorADD code on 3rd and 4th year classes, with a partnership from the EDP Foundation and the ColorADD Social (a nonprofit association).
In the month of October, the School started an activity based on the sharing of readings, which intends all the elements from the school community (students, teachers, administrative assistants/staff and parents) to bring life to the library’s database by reading pieces of work or authors included in the School Library.
MANAGEMENT OF THE SCHOOL LIBRARY
Actions on the improvement in the organization of school libraries: adapting the libraries with the Coloradd symbols.
October has long been a month marked by activities dedicated to the celebration of books, film series, pictures, didactic games and reading. The entire month was marked by activities organized by the school library and some teachers of our school.
The activities for this year’s event included:
Our School Library celebrated the International School Library Month 2014 by promoting the following activities:Training session with users of the school library
The International School Library Month was celebrated in our school with the following activities:
HOSTING A BOOK FAIR – During the book fair the school also hosted an educational program where authors and storytellers read and discussed stories and did different activities with the students.
II. CREATIVE WRITING EXERCISES:
The category grouped activities meant to rise awarness on the domentary fonction of the Library. The final product have been organised as Power Point Presesntations and have been created in teams of students. The the coordination of the materials has been ensured by the teachers involved in the project.
- Alain –Fournier – centary of death- a PPt created by Casaneanu Alexendru and Burca Alexandru, 10 G th grade, coordinating teacher Marinescu Georgeta;
- Dylan Thomas - birth centenary in october – a PPT created by Lazar Mihnea and Radu Cosmin, 10 G th grade, coordinating teacher Marinescu Georgeta;
1.2. - Horezu Ceramic - recent Romanian folk art recognized by UNESCO – a ppt created by Preda Stefan and Stefana Stiulete, 10 G th grade, , coordinating teacher Marinescu Georgeta;
1.3. - Nicolae Breban 80 – Romanian writer of the 80s, whom we celebrate 80 years of the birth, a PPT created by Saada Roz, Cojocaru Tania, Banila Otilia and Vranceanu Bianca, 9 A th, coordinating teacher Popa Dana-Elena;
- Winner-loser relationship in the novels of Breban , a PPT created by Popa Irina Ioana 10 G th , coordinating teacher Marinescu Georgeta;
- Constantin Brancoveanu – 300 years after death, Roman king killed by Turks, became a martyr of Orthodoxy a PPT created by Charalampos Panayotys-Alexandros and Grudinschi Stefan, 9A TH grade, coordinating teacher Popa Dana-Elena.
II. CREATIVE WRITING EXERCISES:
The activities have as starting point the IASL slogan Your School Library: Mind-Map Central and were applied in lessons of Romanian, English, French , Arts.
II.1. Argumentative Essays – A competition of essays in Romanian which had several sections :
- School library metaphor - creations of poems and epic texts, 9 G th grade, coordinating teacher Stoean Mihaela;
- essay contest on the theme slogan Your School Library: Mind-Map Central, 10 B th , coordinating teacher Stroe Calina.
II.2. Debates – on the importance of books and lecture:
- reading practices – 10 Ath, teacher coordinating Marinescu Georgeta;
II.3. Biopoem – creative writing exercises applied to the characters from “ Harap-Alb “ – a special destiny, by Ion Creanga, 10th C, D grade, coordinating teacher Ramona Elena Mocanu;
II.4. Bookmarks Exhibition:
- “ The world of Alecsandri “ , 9 Ath, 11 Eth coordinating teacher Popa Dana – Elena;
- Your School Library: Mind-Map Central,, 5th, 7th, 8th grade, coordinating teacher Gavriloaia Ramona.
II.5 Creative Writing Workshop Your School Library: Mind-Map Central :
- essay contest, proverbes, 9th grade , coordinating teacher Stoean Mihaela;
- epic creations, 9Ath grade, coordinating teacher Lupu Oana Elena;
- poems creations , 9Ath grade, coordinating teacher Lupu Oana Elena;
- Highkoo Poems - Your School Library: Mind-Map Central 11 C th grade, coordinating teacher Paduraru Elena.
II.6 Teenagers reading – recommendations reading made by students - 9 F th grade.
II.7. Art Exhibition , 10 Bth grade, coordinating teacher Stroe Calina;
II.8. Poster exhibition, 11Jth grade, coordinating teacher Timofti Afrodita
II.9. Highkoo Poems Exhibition, 11C, 10D rh grade , Coordinating teacher Paduraru Elena.
III. THE BOOK CELEBRATION
The 5th edition of this celebration has been organized by the lower-secondary school students. Activities included recital of poems, piano recital, top favorite books, presentesation of Carlos Ruiz Zafon and his novels “ The shaddow of the wind” and “ Marina “ teachers Marinescu Georgeta and Mocanu Ramona ), presentation of “Divergent “ ( student Birgu Maria 9Eth grade ), parade of characters ( 11C th grade ). The coordinating teachers of these artistic moments were: Mocanu Ramona, Paduraru Elena, Marinescu Georgeta.
The students and teachers at “Mircea Eliade” high school, Intorsura- Buzaului, have again celebrated the International School Library Month. The documentary centre has organised a series of activities under the slogan “The book – a gift that you can open again and again…”
One of the most exciting activities was the contest of presenting and donating a book. The preparation for the activity started on the 7th October. The students in each class, along with their class teachers and Romanian language and literature teachers discussed the most interesting books they had ever read. Following the discussions each class chose one book, bought it and read it together. Afterwards they presented it at the contest which took place on the 3rd November. In this way the entire school community was introduced to the captivating books of the young people. They are the books which are and will always be an important part of what builds their personality. Every class donated their chosen book to the school library along with a promotional poster. In the second stage the promotional poster competition took place on the 7th November.
The students also took part in the “Bookmark project” for the first time this year. The bookmarks made by our students in the 5th-12th grade were exchanged with schools in Spain and Trinidad and Tabago.
The “Skype project” is another activity of the international School Library Month. The details have been arranged and the students will discussed various topics with their peers of SOS J. Szakkayho-Szakkay Jozsef Szakközépiskola, Gresakova 1, Kosice – Slovakia in November.
All the activities were organised by the project team formed of: the high school Principal Maria Badiu, coordinating teachers Camelia Mantarosie, Laura Suciu, Catalin Lungu, the pedagogic team of the high school, the student Madalina Marin of 10th –B2 grade and other students in the 7th grade.
Once again the International School Library Month proved to be a very good incentive in drawing attention to the importance of the school library in the process of learning. The aim was to attract the young people towards reading. The very positive feedback from the students, who enjoyed the activities and dedicated part of their free time to them, could only mean that it was a success.
Brief outline of the ISLM activity:
International School Library Month 2014 was marked by several events:
An art competition on the theme "Your school library: mind map central" was organized and followed by an exhibition.
We organized a visit to the Children's Department of the Belgrade City Library "Čika Jova Zmaj" and attendance to the presentation of the book "The mysterious house in the woods" by Swedish author Lena Ollmark. She was the guest of the Festival "Krokodokodil" held in our city. The central theme of the festival was the horror genre subtitled "How to escape from the horror stories."
Lena Olmark was also the guest of our school where she held the workshop called "How to write a horror story."
A young French writer, Christophe Mauri, who was this year's guest of the “Creative Center” publishing house and the International Belgrade Book Fair, visited our school. In the premises of school library he hung out with students of bilingual classes who have enthusiastically asked him about the new adventures of his hero Mathieu Hidalf.
We visited the Belgrade Book Fair which always takes place in October and participated in the workshop called "The use of computer games for educational purposes," organized by the Goethe-Institute.
Another workshop was held on the theme "The book - the path from author to reader," where students could learn how to make a comic book in the Comic Life program.
For promotional purposes we created a thematic bookmark.
Web link: http://bibliotekaribnikar.wordpress.com/islm-2014/
1. We met the famous writer DAVID J. SMITH in Belgrade, Serbia. Author of "If the World Were a Village!". Students were delighted with the way he explains the phenomena of the world.
DAVID J. SMITH is a classroom teacher with over 25 years' experience teaching English, Geography, and Social Studies in grade levels from 4 to 12. He achieved recognition for his unique method of teaching seventh graders to draw maps of the entire world from memory, now published by Fablevision as a highly successful curriculum, "Mapping The World By Heart". In 1992, Smith won the U.S. Department of Education's "A+ For Breaking The Mold" Award for this work. Since 1992, he has been a full-time consultant, providing lectures and workshops on geography and global issues, and on IT issues, to teachers, parents, student groups, and others in the United States, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia, and Asia.
The "Mapping The World By Heart" curriculum directly addresses standard number 2 of the US geography standards, and has achieved phenomenal results in public and private schools throughout the U.S. and in locales as far-flung as Cote D'Ivoire and Japan. It is popular because it works. At the beginning of the school year, students draw maps of the world, and "the results are predictable," said one article about the program; "The maps always show incredible gaps in students' mental images of the world, with the only places included being the places that are real to the students -- where they live, where they've traveled." But at the end of eight months, these same students are able to draw detailed maps that include the names and borders of 190+ countries, with their capitals, mountain ranges, rivers, etc. The technique used is both traditional and up-to-date: lots of memorization, but not the old-fashioned methodology of rote-for-rote's-sake, but rather memorization informed and enriched by the real use of knowledge, study, practice, mnemonics, and games.
Time Magazine, NBC's Today Show, The L.A. Times, and the Associated Press, among others, have acknowledged Smith and the success of his curriculum. Besides the curriculum, Smith has written articles for the New York Times's Education Life section, for The International Educator, for The World Paper, NESA Notes , and Independent School Bulletin.
He has also written five other books -- "If The World Were A Village", which was published in March, 2002, by Kids Can Press in Toronto, and "The CEESA Web-Site Manual" and "Emergency Procedures Handbook for International Schools" were published respectively in 1998 and 2003 by the US State Department.
The sequel to "If The World Were A Village", entitled "If America Were A Village", (isbn 1554533442) was published in August, 2009.
His newest book, "This Child Every Child: A Picture Book For Children About the Rights of Children" (isbn 1554534666), was published in February, 2011.
"If The World Were A Village" (isbn 1550747797) has been widely and favorably reviewed in journals such as Booklist and Horn Book and School Library Journal. It was chosen by the American Booksellers Association as their #1-recommended book on the BookSense 76 Children's list for Spring-Summer, 2002, and Newsweek chose it as one of 10 children's books on their "recommended reading" list in August, 2002. In addition, it won the H.C.Andersen Prize for 2003, the International Reading Association's Children's Book Award for 2003, and was named a Smithsonian "Notable Book of the Year". It has been published in 20 editions, in 17 languages other than English, including Braille.
Besides book visits and assemblies, David offers consultation services, workshops and platform presentations on geography and global awareness for schools and professional organizations.
David was born in the United States, but is a permanent resident of Canada; he and his wife live in North Vancouver, BC.
2. We had a journalism workshop. We talked about the library as a center of knowledge and mind and devising a magazine on this topic...
3. We were on the 59th Internacional Belgrade Book Fair. It was held from October 26 to November 2, 2014. Official slogan was "It's Reading Time!". Guest of Honor Country- China.
Beogradski sajam knjiga - 2014
MONT FLEURI SECONDARY SCHOOL CELEBRATES LIBRARY MONTH
To celebrate this year International school Library month, Month Fleuri Secondary has organized an exhibition with this year’s theme which is Your school Library: “Mind-Map Central” and students works revolving this theme was put on display in the school’s lobby such as; quotes, colourful posters, stories, bookmarks and poems written by the students. During lunchtime there were film shows and numerous games like literature quizzes for teachers and students testing their knowledge, quizzes about different books and so much more which the students really enjoyed.
The students also have participated online in the bookmark project and our match school is Portugal. In addition to this , the school is also participating in “what people are doing?for library month this year , whereby schools throughout the world are sending activities of what they did for library month of course Mont fleuri secondary has send her list of activities
On Wednesday the school’s Librarian hosted a special assembly to commemorate the school library month. The assembly started with reflections by Miss Peggy and sir Meshack and the Headteacher Miss Rose-Mary addressed the school with a speech that touched every students heart. A group of students performed two songs ‘ Greatest Gift of all’ and ‘Lekol se ledikasyon’ ended the assembly.
There were different interesting quotes such as; “ A good library is a joyful place where the imagination roams free, and life is enriched” which meant that students must consider their school library as a foundation for knowledge. As sung by the students “ Indeed a library is the Greatest gift of all.
For the second consecutive year we have participated in the Bookmark Exchange Project. This year we have interchanged friendship and work with pupils from the Punjab in India. This activity allows us to express and share our cultures. Our pupils now feel an affinity with India whose rich traditions have been brought closer to us through stories, music, scents, symbols. We have read book reports sent to us by our twin school. The children have used books to investigate India, collecting their discoveries onto mind-maps which have used to make a Big Book of Discoveries. As a final touch, to finish the month, the Library Team prepared a special assembly. During this assembly we awarded prizes for the best bookmarks presented and also we found out about the festival of Diwali.
Our aim is that the library be a window to the world. Motivating curiosity and inquiry allows children to diversify their routes of learning. Our Library Skills Programme aims to form readers and thinkers capable of building a better world respecting all human diversity.
We couldn’t forget the 50th anniversary of the publication of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl! For this reason we have dedicated a month long homage to this great author. Roald Dahl’s works are wise and full of stimulation for the development of young minds. We have been reading extracts of his work together and discovering interesting facts about his life. An exposition of his work has presided over our Library during these months. We found out that the children in India are also Roald Dahl enthusiasts. His stories and characters unite us. This is the magic of books!
Finally, we are happy to tell you that we continue to diversify our reading platforms in the library and our pupils our becoming e-readers with great ease.
We also have planned a workshop for parents whose aim is to guide and coordinate families in use of the Library and the encouragement of reading
“Library is an educational strategy partner” was the slogan for International Month of Libraries in October 2014.
The aim of the Month was to approve the important role of school library in modern society and promote its innovative development.
A range of activities was conducted by our library for upbringing the reading culture and introduction of innovation forms for book popularization:
Pupils of the 4 form took part in the book fair where the most active readers presented their books in such a way that the others wanted to read them.
After the fair children chose books they liked the most.
Library as a territory of unity
This year Slavytuch Lyceum took part in Nationwide Ukrainian month of School libraries. Within it Lyceum library presented:
The most active readers of lyceum library were awarded books and sweets.
A brief information about extra-school activities.
During the international month of school libraries in Ukraine the first All-Ukrainian month’s campaign of school libraries was held under the slogan “A school library is a strategic partner of education”.
For a period of 30 days the librarians of the Slavutych Comprehensive School #1 designed literary exhibitions: “For you, teachers!”, “Echo of war in a poetry”, “Where there is a cossak-there is a fame and freedom”, organized reviews of literature and periodical editions: “Modern book-to modern children”, “About everything interesting in the world read in a magazine or in a newspaper”. They also have prepared the library lessons “Hello! Nice to meet you, our school library” for the pupils of the second forms. As a result 66 little pupils have joined the big family of library readers. The pupils of the 6-8 th forms took part in creation of short video ads, which in a natural form tell about a book. The Press Center of our school self-governing pupils’ organization RGPS has designed a poster in which the information about the library and the librarians was given.
The month’s campaign was interesting, creative and has passed quickly and for the benefit of pupils.
For the space of October 2014 the International Month of Libraries took place at the secondary school № 2 under the slogan “Library is an educational strategy partner”.
The aim of the activity was to approve the important role of school library in modern society and promote its innovative development.
Various kinds of activities leading to the popularization of children’s reading, presentations of new editions, thematic literature exhibitions, literature contests, librarian lessons, excursion for the second formers, staging of the fairy tale “ A book in search of friends” and first subscriptions were held within the Month of Libraries.
Children with pleasure were looking through numerous books, magazines and other exhibits of the library.
After librarian lessons, presentations of new books, getting acquainted with the library children chose some books for themselves and were looking forward to new meeting
Pupils of primary school took part in the contest of paintings “My school library”. The best pictures were awarded with prizes.
Take care of your books, love and treat them with respect. Don’t forget reading them and they’ll support you! Books are one of the greatest sources of knowledge.