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A Guest Excursion in the Summer Recovery Camp "Zvezdny"

A Guest Excursion in the Summer Recovery Camp "Zvezdny"
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The children's summer recovery camp "Zvezdny", located in a pine forest in Molodechno district, Minsk region, hosted a guest teaching tour focused on the life and work of the famous children's writer, Yanka Maur.

During the interactive event, the kids got acquainted with interesting facts about the National Library, learned more about the life and work of Yanka Maur, and made an online journey to those corners of our country, with which the writer's life was connected. Also the girls and boys watched a presentation on the work of our well-known fellow countryman, got acquainted with a review of Yanka Maur's publications of different years, and performed several creative tasks.

In the Year of the Native Land in Belarus, the library employees brought a set of books about the history of Minsk and Minsk Region and the cartoon film “The Tale of Bygone Years” about the origins of the Belarusian cities’ coats of arms. At the end of the excursion everyone received a souvenir.

Dear friends! We are pleased to welcome you to join our guest tours “Outstanding People of the Motherland”, focused on the writing of Yanka Maur, Yanka Kupala and Yakub Kolas.

For more info, please, call: (+375 17) 293 28 53, 293 29 66.


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