On September 30, the Book Museum hosted museum readings of Uladzimir Karatkevich's fairy tale "The Sparrow, the owl and the birds’court".
The children read the fairy tale by roles and drew an owl.
Previously, sparrows walked like people: left – right. One day it happened that one sparrow was guilty. For his willfulness, the birds taught him a lesson – and since then all the sparrows jump with two legs at once. And the owl received an amazing feather coat as a gift from the birds. As each bird has its own colour, the owl's plumage has been multicolored since then. The fairy tale teaches young listeners to be kind and fair.
At the end of the creative meeting, the number of owls living in the book museum was counted. They could be found on the pages of books and shelves of showcases.
The material was provided by the Research Department of Book Studies.