Are the princesses still locked in tall towers, guarded by frightening and fierce dragons spit fire? And the brave knights without blemish and without fear ready to save them? Times have changed and so, perhaps, even the stories: Nati's next appointment to read in the library in Bra starts from this assumption. On Monday 18 March 2019, the group "Voices of mothers" proposes an animated reading entitled "Stories of dragons, princesses and bizarre knights". The following week, Monday 25 March 2019, the association "Breath" instead animates the story "My bed was a ship", while on Monday 1 April it is up to "The flying apples" that interpret the story "The king of all things ". All readings take place at the 17 in the youth room of the "Giovanni Arpino" civic library upon reservation subject to availability. Appointment on Saturday, instead, for future readers now in bands: up to the 13 April there is Bibliobebè. Daniela Febino interprets and animates, with sounds and gestures, the invitation to the letter entitled "The tree of hearts" and "The dance of the ten fingers". The kids room welcomes 10 children aged between 9 and 18 months and from 11 those from 18 to 36 months, accompanied by parents, family, grandparents or babysitters. Admission is free (subject to availability) but by reservation required in the library (by calling 0172 413049 or biblioeteca@comune.bra.cn.it. The promotional meetings to read Bibliobebè and the appointments of Born to read are part of the project Born to read Piedmont and are supported by the company of San Paolo, within the ZeroSei program, and by the foundation Cassa di Risparmio di Bra. (it's at)


Info: City of Bra - Civic Library
Tel. 0172.413049 - biblioteca@comune.bra.cn.it