Book talks for children in Nilüfer in rural quarters

In Güngören and Hasanağa, book talks for children from Nilüfer community libraries continued.

In Güngören and Hasanağa, book talks for children from Nilüfer community libraries continued. Betül Kanbolat, the children’s book author, met the children and had nice conversations.

Nilüfer community libraries began to bring the activities of Book Talks for Children to rural areas with the mobile library. The children’s book author Betül Kanbolat was a guest at the book talks for children at the Nilüfer municipal libraries this month.

Betül Kanbolat met with children in Güngören Elementary School and Hasanağa Elementary School in the morning episode “Go Go Igo A Mind Game Story” and “Who Made Dugong Dugo Upset?” He had a pleasant chat with the children about his books. Kanbolat, who read parts of his books, also answered the children’s questions.

Kanbolat said the world of children’s books is a hopeful and colorful world: “As a mother of three, I love feeling children’s pulses, reading stories and dreaming. It’s very important to express my feelings in front of them.” As a children’s book author, I come together with them in a very different and powerful way.” With that in mind, seeing that the author is not a dead concept and additional information about the making of the Getting stories read makes me excited and happy.”

At the end of the interview, Kanbolat signed his books, which were donated by the municipality of Nilüfer, for the children.

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