Ideal weather this Thursday, July 4th for the first reading session on the grass 2019. Manon Berland and Audrey Mazurier (trainee) welcomed a dozen young readers in the park of Port Breton. If this appointment has remained quiet enough because children are still in school, the two presenters expect to see more people coming in next week. "There are regulars from the media library who follow us here and those who find us by surprise by taking a turn to the games. Some stay five minutes, others two hours, "reports Manon. In any case, it is an activity that works!
230 readers last year
In 2018, librarians counted 230 young readers, including a peak of 70 people over two hours in the height of summer. The carpets and cushions are trying their arms, the books make the eye, there is something for everyone: albums, documentaries, novels, comics, magazines; a drawing and a small snack are provided for each reader, this little moment of culture a few steps from the beach and in the shade of the trees makes the reading very nice between two swing towers, two swims or sandcastles.
Every Thursday until August 29, from 3 pm to 5 pm, in Port Breton Park, near the games. Free. Such. 02 99 46 28 30, Inetrnet website www.lourse.fr
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