Prague Reads to Kids
All Prague Reads to Kids
On Monday, 17th October 2011, the Martinic Palace in Prague hosted an event, organized by the NGO Every Czech Reads to Kids. The event was called All Prague Reads to Kids.
All of the beautifully remodelled halls of the Martinic Palace were reserved for kids and fairy-tales and writers, actresses and musicians who read parts of their favorite children´s books.
The main program started at 6 p.m. and included the performances of the Czech band Chinaski with its lead-man Michal Malátný, actresses Klára Issová and Vanda Hybnerová, violin virtuoso Pavel Šporcl, the most read children´s books author Pavel Šrut and the great illustrator of his works, Galina Miklínová. The most popular Czech writer, Michal Viewegh, came with his whole family. And the biggest surprise, probably, was the special guest - the famous Robert Fulghum.
The LIStOVáNí ensemble with Lukáš Hejlík presented a dramatized reading for kids of the book Frog and Toad by Albert Lobel.
8th October 2012
The collaboration of nine partners from eight different countries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Turkey, Spain) will draw experience from different types of volunteer services, some with longer traditions, others with less.
3rd October 2012
LIKA KLUB publishing house in collaboration with Every Czech Reads to Kids non-profit organisation currently publishes a great book by the Italian writer Gianni Rodari entitled "Fairy Tales over the Phone",
2nd October 2012
2nd December 2011