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Days of Tatar children’s literature to be held in Moscow

Days of Tatar children’s literature to be held in Moscow

Muscovites will be introduced to Tatar children’s literature on August 24 and 25 as part of the Days of Culture of Tatarstan and the interregional project Hello, Neighbor!

The main events of the Days of Tatar Children’s Literature will be held on August 24 at the Russian State Children’s Library (RSDL). And on August 25, a children’s zone will operate in the lobby of the Moscow International House of Music, where the Tatar book publishing house, the Tatar children’s publishing house and others, the Salavat Kupere magazine will present their publications, and Tatarmultfilm will also introduce their works to the guests of the gala evening.

Program 24 August:

12.00 – Grand opening of the Days of Tatar children’s literature in Moscow.

12.30 – Tour of the expositions of the Republic of Tatarstan and the Russian State Children’s Library.

14.30 – Creative meeting with the participation of Tatar children’s poets and writers: Razil Valeev, Yoldyz Sharapova, Lenar Shaeh, Vera Khamidullina, Saniya Shavalieva, the creative community of Moscow.

From 13.30 to 14.30 – Video screening of children’s films, Tatar cartoons based on fairy tales.

From 13.30 to 15.00 – Creative workshops.

15.00-16.00 – Round table “Children’s literature and the promotion of children’s reading: experience, problems, prospects.”

16.30 – Creative evening dedicated to the national poet of the Republic of Tatarstan Robert Minnullin (1948-2020) with the participation of his family and friends.

During the day, those who wish will visit an exhibition of novelties of Tatar children’s literature on printed and electronic media, retro literature from the fund of the Republican Children’s Library; an exhibition of Tatar folk crafts as part of the Year of Folk Art and Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Peoples of Russia.


Address: Kaluzhskaya Square, 1 (Oktyabrskaya metro station), Russian State Children’s Library (RSDL).

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