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Limen Village, Chang’an Town, Fuyang District launched the “Read a Book, Plant a Seedling” World Book Day parent-child reading activity-Hangzhou News Center-Hangzhou Net

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Limen Village in Fuyang District Celebrates World Book Day with “Read a Book, Plant a Seedling” Activity

In celebration of the 29th World Book Day, Limen Village in Chang’an Town, Fuyang District launched a special parent-child reading activity called “Read a Book, Plant a Seedling”. The event was organized by the New Era Civilization Practice Station in the village with the aim of promoting reading and creating a strong book-loving atmosphere within the community.

Participants of the activity, both children and parents, were encouraged to select their favorite books from the farmhouse bookstore and embark on a reading journey together. The event culminated in children sharing their favorite excerpts and language from the books, spreading the wisdom and essence of the stories to everyone present.

The theme of the World Book Day event was to emphasize the importance of reading, enriching the spiritual and cultural lives of readers, and fostering a vibrant reading culture within the community. Moving forward, Limen Village plans to continue promoting the theme of “reading well, reading often, and reading together” to make reading an integral part of people’s lives and spread the love for books to households across the village.

The event was a huge success, with participants expressing their gratitude for the opportunity to enjoy the joy of reading with their loved ones. The organizers hope that activities like these will continue to inspire a love for reading and cultivate a deep appreciation for books among residents of Limen Village.

Source: Daily Business Daily
Author: Editor
Wang Hao

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