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Books Donated to Secondary School and Nursery-garden

Books Donated to Secondary School and Nursery-garden
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On October 15, the National Library donated more than 200 copies of children's, educational and developing books and fiction to secondary school number 38 and nursery-garden number 92 in Minsk. The event was part of the Reading as Information and Knowledge Space charity campaign.

The administration of institutions, teaching staff and librarians expressed their sincere gratitude for the assistance in acquiring books.

The National Library of Belarus is grateful to the publishers Belarus, Pachatkovaya shkola, Pravo i ekonomika, Narodnaya asveta; the book-selling organizations BukLainGrupp, BeltaimKniga, Mobilbuk, Krasiko-Print, Piter-M, Evrika-M; Minsk City Institute for Educational Development and the Presidential Library for supporting the campaign.

We invite everyone to join the Reading as Information and Knowledge Space charity campaign!

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Scientific and practical conference "Library as a cultural and historical aspect of the country's development"

18 Sep 2020

September 17, 2013 Grodno hosted a scientific-practical conference "Library as a cultural and historical aspect of the country's development", dedicated to the 190th anniversary of the founding of the Grodno Regional Scientific Library named after E.F. Karsky. Director General of the National Library of Belarus R.S. Motulsky took part in the solemn event and made a welcoming speech to the participants.

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Tourism for Peace and Development

16 Sep 2020

From September 16 to October 14, a thematic book exhibition “Tourism for Peace and Development” dedicated to the World Tourism Day was opened in the Official Documents Service Department of the National Library of Belarus (2nd floor, room 207).

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