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Russia holds extensive agenda for Bologna Childrens Book Fair

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Russia holds extensive agenda for Bologna Childrens Book Fair


23.03.2017

pixabay.com Russian publishing houses will be represented at the Children’s Book Fair at the beginning of April in the Italian province of Bologna, Rospechat internet portal informs. Visitors will be invited to familiarize themselves with new versions of well-known fairytales. Besides, novices by the contemporary childrens storywriters will also be demonstrated.

The Fair will not be limited to childrens issues only. There are books for the youth, textbooks and many other editions among the exhibited literature. The Fair will be accomplished by the exposition about a distinguished Russian graphic artist Vladimir Lebedev living at the beginning of the 20 century. Young artists will present their artworks. The agenda includes round table “Children of the Future: from the Soviet Avant garde Childrens Books of the 20s until present day”, presentations of new books and campaign Give a Book with Love.

Teachers from School of Joy residing in Bologna and Russian language teachers from Bologna University will present their programme at the Russian forum site, namely, lessons on the topic of Drama and stagings in the pedagogical process and methodology of teaching Russian literature and language. This event is to become a new step of collaboration between Rospechat and expat community of Italy.

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