The 18th social library created by the initiators of the campaign Give a fairytale world he is now at school in the village of Tariceni. The project “Give a fairytale world” is an initiative launched in December 2018 by Kineto Bebe Association and EMOVERE Association, which have so far created social libraries in hospitals, social centers, schools, kindergartens and other places where children did not have access to books. The books are collected through donations from parents and generous children, but also with the support of partner publishers.
„Although the statistics speak of a country where most Romanians do not buy even one book a year, we find everywhere children eager to read, to enjoy the fairytale world, which only one book can offer. I have always discovered teachers, educators, librarians and parents who appreciate books and arouse children’s interest in reading.. ” declare Raluca Chişu, the founder of the KinetoBebe Association.
In the village of Tăriceni, the new school library “Give me a fairytale world” complements the national program “Read me 100 stories!”, A program that is already implemented in the village kindergarten, by the OvidiuRo Association. With the two libraries, now everyone children in this community have a new chance at education.
“Through access to quality early education we give a chance to a better future for our children, we practically give ourselves a chance to have more educated generations and to solve the current situation in Romania, where almost one in two young people is functionally illiterate. ” say Patricia Pușchilă, Operational Director OvidiuRo.
The library in the village of Tariceni was created with donations from 4Colour and mothers from the Mamprenoare community, mothers from the Elite Business Women Association, motivated by Ana Roșca, an entrepreneur mother, who is generously involved in educational and social projects.
„If we want a better world for our children, I think it is absolutely necessary to get all involved, that’s the only way we can #traducemstareadebine. ”, He declares Ana Roșca, the founder of Traduce.re.
In the project “Give a fairytale world” the Kineto Bebe Association and the EMOVERE Association have created 18 social libraries so far at: the school from Ștefăneștii de Jos, at the pediatric department of the Hospital from Curtea de Argeș, at the Basarab I Secondary School Reading Club in this city, at the Focus Center in Constanța, at the Generations Center coordinated by the Royal Margaret Foundation of Romania, at Hero After School Clinceni, at the Good House in Ferentari, in Boghești Vrancea, at the National Institute for Maternal and Child Health in Bucharest , at the Psychiatric Hospital “Eftimie Diamandescu, at the City Hall of Grădinari commune, at the center of the Social Educational Center Saints Peter and Paul from Medgidia, at the Iordache Zosima High School and at the school from Tariceni
The campaign “Give a fairytale world” is supported by partners: Itsy Bitsy FM, 4 Colors and the Children’s Comic Opera.
Donate books in good condition to any collection center in Bucharest, for the “Give a fairytale world” campaign:
1. KinetoBebe Moşilor Center
Calea Moșilor no. 158, floor 6, sector 2
2. North Baby Kineto Center
Str. Nicolae Caramfil, no. 73, Simionescu entrance, 4th floor, sector 1
3. KinetoBebe Sud Center
Olteniței Road no. 87-99, floor 3, sector 4
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