Muhammad Abdul Sam (Sharjah)
By instructions of His Highness el Jeque Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasim, member of the Supreme Council and Governor of Sharjah, and under the sponsorship of his wife, His Highness Jeque Javahir Bint Muhammad Al Qasim, President of the Supreme Council of Family Affairs, and his wife. With the motto “Be your creature!” From May 11 to 22, activities for the 13th edition of the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival, organized by the Sharjah Book Authority, will take place at the Sharjah Expo Center, which will feature 139 publishers from 15 Arab and foreign countries. As well as artists who provide children and young people with various activities and events. Said at a press conference yesterday at government headquarters in Sharjah, including Egyptian artist Mohamed Hennedy.
Furthermore, Ahmed bin Rakad Al Ameri, Chairman of the Sharjah Book Authority, said: “Today we are opening a new chapter in the story of the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival, a story whose characters dream of a future filled with ambition and dreams. . “Sharjah’s story of the Great Civilization Project,” he said.
He emphasized: “The festival helps to build the future of our country and shows the new generations the ways and means to achieve what they aspire to be the faithful children of our Arab culture and the bearers of the Emirati message and its civilized vision. From the world”, indicates that the festival will continue for the first time in its history for twelve periods a day.
Khawla Al Mujaini, General Coordinator of the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival, said: “The festival has become an annual tradition through which we aim to invest in future generations by developing their awareness and skills and deepening theirs”. “We choose clay materials to express children’s imagination, create their own world and develop their talents through fun, play, learning and innovation.”
He explained, “The number of festival events is around 1,900, including 1,140 children’s activities, hosting 11 guests from 14 countries, as well as 120 cultural events, hosting 43 guests from 21 countries.”
“This year, 139 publishers from 15 Arab countries and abroad are participating in the festival,” said Mansour al-Hassan, head of sales for the Sharjah Book Authority, and more on May 16 at government headquarters. More than 200 book distributors from around the world present expert professional workshops and discussion sessions.
He emphasized that the purpose of the conference is to strengthen Sharjah and Sharjah Book’s reputation as a hub for the global publishing industry, bringing together workers from the book industry and enabling them to collaborate on new business projects.
The festival organizes an annual “Persian Poetry” contest in cooperation with the Culture and Media Service of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs, which aims to improve the tastes of children and young people and improve their language.
Source: Al Ittihad
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