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"An Interesting Read": "The Bee" by Khrystsina Kachenia
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The Children's Room held a lesson "An Interesting Read": "The Bee" by Khrystsina Kachenia on June 5.

Following the main fairy-tale characters, children learned how important it is to love and work, cherish friendship and follow their dreams.

Having turned into hardworking bees, the kids filled in the honeycomb with honey in the game "Beehive", and then demonstrated their abilities in playing musical instruments.

The lesson turned out to be fun and exciting.

Read about other activities in the Children's Room and stay tuned for upcoming classes.

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Gatsby and Steak: Why You Should Read Epigraphs

9 Jul 2021

The first lines in a book are always very important. They set the tone, catch the reader's attention, lead him or her by the hand into a wonderful world of literature. But few people remember that just before the beginning of the story, there is a small epigraph huddled in the corner of the page, waiting for you to finally pay attention. And you are scrolling, scrolling... That's a pity. Today we will figure out what's good about epigraphs and why you'd better not ignore them.

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People Are Not For Sale!

14 Jul 2021

A thematic exhibition "People Are Not For Sale!" dedicated to World Anti-Trafficking Day is on show at the Official Documents Service Department (207) from July 14 to August 31.

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Patron and Educator

8 Jul 2021

July 8 marks the 160th anniversary of the birth of Maria Magdalena Radziwill (1861–1945), an activist of the Belarusian cultural movement, an educator, a philanthropist who supported the opening of educational institutions, hospitals, churches, orphanages, publication of books and newspapers in the Belarusian language.

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