Henceforth, "All Transcarpathia reads to children" - a new project was presented in Uzhgorod
The book entertains, the book teaches, the book unites! The sociocultural project "All Transcarpathia reads to children" was launched in the region as part of the project initiated by the Centre for studies of literature for children and youth "All Ukraine reads to children" with the support of the Department of Culture of Transcarpathian Regional State Administration.
The purpose of the project is to promote modern Ukrainian literature, early reading among children and bringing parents and their children closer with the help of books. To do this, every month, prominent representatives of different spheres of Transcarpathia (and beyond) will be coming to different children audiences and reading books.
Today, more than one hundred primary school pupils from ten schools of Uzhgorod were the first listeners. On the stage of the Puppet Theater, a rich educational and entertainment program was presented to the children. The project managers - representative of the Center for studies of literature for children and youth in Transcarpathia, writer Galina Malyk and the Head of the Department of Culture of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration Yuriy Hleba - told about the project. Then, there was the reading part. It was planned that the book "Christmas dog" would be read to children by the author, however, for objective reasons, Oleksandr Havrosh was unable to attend the event, so he passed this pleasant mission to an actor of the "Bavka" Mykola Karpenko. Needless to say, the actor coped with the task, as he was not just reading, but also transformed into the characters of the story using his voice.
At the end of New Year and Christmas holidays, the puppeteers enterntained the children with an excellent thematic interlude kids "A true pirate story."
The opening has taken place! And in February, as stated, students of Uzhgorod school №1 will become the project participants. The meeting, therefore, will be more intimate but no less interesting and useful for children - the organizers promise.