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Russian books presented at the Bologna Children's Book Fair

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Russian books presented at the Bologna Children's Book Fair


Russian publishers are presented at the children books exhibition-fair that started working in Bologna, Italia, on March 26th, Rospechayt website reports.

The visitors can get acquainted with book novelties from contemporary children writers.

The Russian stand introduces an exhibition of well-known illustrator Igor Oleinikov. This year he was included in the short list of the prestigious The Hans Christian Andersen Award. Works of the young authors are also introduced at the event. The action Give Books With Love is organised by Russian State Children Library together with Growing our Reader association.

The round table was organised for the teachers of the Bologna Russian School of Joy. The main topic is extracurricular activity as an instrument for increasing interest in Russian literature and language learning. In particular, series of books Mottled Square to be introduced.

Exhibition compressing works of famous illustrators, such as Igor Oleinikov, Ksenia Lavrova, Denis Gordeev is timed with the exhibition-fair.

Russian ' School of Joy' and the main public library Biblioteca Salaborsa will receive novelties from the Russian stand on the last day of the event.

The fair to conclude on March 29.

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