During the 29th massive book release, more than 1,500 books were exchanged – Ushuaia News

The Ushuaia Goes Reading Association held its 29th Mass Book Release, in which more than 180 families participated and more than 1,500 books were exchanged.

The meeting took place outside the Anahí Lazzaroni library, located in the community center of the Bahía Golondrina neighborhood, at Independencia 1125, in an activity that contributes to the promotion of reading and books among neighbors of different ages.

The municipality of Ushuaia accompanied the event because it reaffirms this activity in the Bahía Golondrina community center, the Anahí Lazzaroni library, the Ushuaia Anda Leyendo association and in conjunction with CENT 11.

In addition, it is important to highlight the stimulation of the habit of reading, the exchange of study books, literature, academics, sharing a good time, it is the meeting between readers, the promotion of exchange and promoting reading and books as an activity. cultural essential for the identity of people.

Reason why the president of the civil association, Andrea Bogado, expressed that “this winter edition was a success, because children, young people, adults and older adults participated in the proposal that we have been promoting for years. Some approached us for the first time and asked us to explain the methodology, while others told us that they were already waiting for it, which fills us with joy, motivates us to continue along the same lines”.

He explained that “for a long time we have noticed a greater participation of young people and it comforts us, because they are the profile that we always aim to promote reading.”

In this context, he pointed out that “the most chosen books on this day were those of children’s literature, in the second instance those of universal literature and then, the textbooks for the primary level were very well received.”

Bogado thanked the collaboration of the Municipality, CENT No. 11, and the bookstores that “kindly are always collaborating with prizes and details that add up, so that the event really is of quality for the neighbors.”

The library team recalled that it is open on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sundays from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.