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Ciao direttamente dal tacco dell'Italia

Hi from Italy
I'm trying to let start a bookcrossing Project with my young students, at my primary school. We are from a small town: Cisternino (BR) - Apulia! ;)
We are called this Project #LIBeROsCAMBIO (ecOwls)

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Hi from Italy
I'm trying to let start a bookcrossing Project with my young students, at my primary school. We are from a small town: Cisternino (BR) - Apulia! ;)
We are called this Project #LIBeROsCAMBIO (ecOwls)
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I hope you and your students enjoy it here.

Although it's not very active, you may want to browse this forum for inspiration:

Educators, Librarians and Parents
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/12
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I'm going to read it, thanks
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Good Luck with your new project. :))
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Good luck with your project! :)
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ciao

welcome and good luck!!!!!!
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Da italiana ad italiana, benvenuta!
Sono certa che tu ed i tuoi ragazzi troverete interessante e stimolante questa nuova realtà che permette di condividere l'amore per la lettura con persone di tutto il mondo.
Anch'io sono da poco una bookcrosser, ma adoro già questa realtà!
Complimenti per la tua scelta educativa e...buone letture a voi tutti!
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Benvenuta nel bookcrossing !
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Once I saw a documentary on German TV where they showed a project connected with reading for pleasure at a primary school. I guess it was in France. During the school day the whole school community had to read for pleasure. They had to devote 30 minutes per day at school in order to read. These 30 minutes were fixed into the activities during a school day. The school somehow "forced" students to read for pleasure. The kids had to bring a book from home or borrow it from the library.

Here is the example of such initiatives:

https://www.amle.org/---/Joy-in-Reading-A-Middle-School-Literacy-Enrichment-Program.aspx

They called it Literacy Enrichment Program.

When I was a primary school kid in Poland during socialist times, we were given prizes for the highest amount of book borrowed from the school library.

Nowadays public libraries in Poland organize many events for kids as well as adults. School kids or even pre-school kids come to visit the local library where they are explained and encouraged to develop the joy in reading.
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My local library in my hometown in Poland (Gdansk) cooperates with a primary school from the neighbourhood.

In the hall there is a huge table where they hang works of art made by the school kids, eg. just before Easter there are works of art connected with it. The librarians change the collection of things according to the occasion it should represent. Great idea! Some works of art made my kids are so charming. Kids are talented so that I promise myself to take a picture of something that I like and make and e-card from it later on.

Such initiatives could lock children and their parents into libraries. At least the families of kids whose works on art were displayed on the table in the library :)

The more readers in the libraries and books they borrow, the better. The amount of money given to the libraries for new books increases with the growing number of readers and borrowed books! So when we borrow books from the library we keep it alive and it will have more cash to buy new publications.

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