The National Library invites boys and girls to participate in a reading and storytelling club News

With the firm aim of promoting culture, reading and writing in the smallest part of the house, as well as helping parents in their education, the National Library of Peru (BNP) will hold this month of September a series of activities facing -to- face and virtual for children.

In this regard, the institutional head of the National Library of Peru (BNP), Fabiola Vergara, stated that “Peruvians need to connect more with books” and that this “must start as children so that when they reach adulthood, they have enriched your knowledge even more.

Likewise, he invited the general population “to return to the BNP rooms, which have returned to face-to-face presence and where all biosecurity measures imposed by the authorities are being followed”. “A reading nation is a nation that advances, not stagnates,” he noted.

Face-to-face and virtual activities

This Saturday, September 10, at 11:00 a.m., at the Greater Public Library of Lima (GBPL), located on the fourth block of Abancay Avenue, downtown Lima, the reading club begins THROUGH A HOLE IN THE CLOCK and on Tuesday, September 20, at 3:00 p.m., the reading mediation will take place. LERU LERU LERU. Both activities are present and aimed at boys and girls aged 8 to 10 and 3 to 5 respectively.

Continuing with the children’s activities, on Thursday, September 15, at 3:00 p.m., the reading mediation will take place virtually I READ YOU A STORY, aimed at boys and girls from 3 to 5 years old. And for reading mediators, primary and elementary teachers, parents and interested public, on September 10, Saturday, at 4:00 p.m., the first session of the virtual talk series will be held. CHILDHOOD RESTORED.

Saturday September 10

THROUGH A HOLE IN THE CLOCK (reading and conversation club)

Session I: “The Snow Queen” (story)

We’re back to face-to-face with the reading and conversation club THROUGH A HOLE IN THE CLOCK. We begin the first cycle with The Snow Queen, the most acclaimed fairy tale of the Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. An activity aimed at boys and girls from 8 to 10 years old, which seeks to position literary reading in the everyday life of childhood as a source of aesthetic enjoyment and knowledge. Participating: Irina Burgos (BNP reading mediator).

Modality: Face to face (limited spaces available)

time: 11:00 am

place: GBPL’s Amalia Aubrey de Eidson nursery

CHILDHOOD RESTORED (cycle of talks about children’s culture)

Session I: The process of socialization in childhood

Topics related to the social, intellectual, emotional, aesthetic, and legal characteristics that make up childhood will be addressed. In addition, it seeks to reflect socialization as a process of social interaction, and the emphasis will be placed on the internalization of the first sociocultural guidelines that constitute the foundations for the development of the identity of boys and girls, which have a large impact on the lives of adults. Coordination: Irina Burgos (BNP reading mediator).

Modality: Virtual (limited spaces available)

time: 4:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 15 and 22

I READ YOU A STORY (reading mediation)

Through reading, songs and animation of objects or puppets, it aims to encourage a taste for reading in children, applying reading techniques and playful games. It is aimed at boys and girls from 3 to 5 years old. Participants: Cecilia Morales and Yovana Perez (librarians of the Children’s Room of GBPL).

Modality: Virtual (limited spaces available)

time: 15:00

Tuesday, September 20

LERU LERU LERU (reading mediation)

Session I: Children’s lyrics for boys and girls

We will share a range of lyric texts for early childhood with the aim of stimulating aesthetic enjoyment and fostering the recognition of popular texts as the basis of literary education in the early years of life. It is aimed at boys and girls from 3 to 5 years old. Participating: Irina Burgos (BNP reading mediator).

Modality: Face to face (limited spaces available)

time: 15:00

place: GBPL’s Amalia Aubrey de Eidson nursery

Those interested in these cultural activities can get more information by writing to the following email: infantil@bnp.gob.pe.

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