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"Interesting to read": the book "Agatha and her magical things"

"Interesting to read": the book "Agatha and her magical things"
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March 6
Date
14.30–16.00
Time
Children's Room
Location
Free
Price

On March 6, in the Children's Room, at the “Interesting to read” lesson, the children learned about the fantasies of the cheerful girl Agatha, the main character of the book by Viktor Starikov “Agatha and her magical things”.

Unusual and amazing characters appeared in colourful book illustrations. The favourite hero of children is the magic dragon Verity, who teaches friendship and loyalty.

Having reincarnated as young designers, the guys learned how to draw Agatha's beautiful dresses, and then together they created “true” beads.

The lesson turned out to be fun and exciting.

Read also about other activities in the nursery and stay tuned for upcoming classes.

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