Today, 23rd of April, is International Book Day, to us it is a really special date. As you may know, through our SS19 campaign, Summer Reading, we have taken on the challenge to promote reading for the little ones. In boboli we love reading and we wanted to share it with all of you. Our objective is to, bit by bit, let kids discover the amazing adventures of literature. You already know that… a book contains thousands, millions and infinite number of adventures… and, to discover them, you simply have to open its pages.
International Book Day is around the corner, and in boboli we want to give you some ideas, so you know what books to ask for this next 23rd of April. Alongside with Penguin Random House we have selected five books that will not leave you indifferent! You will never get sick of reading them again and again. We want you to discover reading’s incredible adventures with us!
Easter holidays are about to begin. Classes come to an end for a few days, timetables change and you have a lot of free time to play and have fun with your friends and family. But with so much free time, you can find yourself not knowing what to do between plans. But don’t worry as we have thought of some fun and didactic games so that you don’t say that typical “I’m bored!!” sentence at any stage. For that reason, in boboli, we have put our minds to work endlessly to offer you an activity that you will enjoy. We tried again and again to look for the best remedies as you should have fun, learn and discover new things!
Today is International Children’s Book Day and we, in boboli, would also like to contribute with our grain of sand. It is a great day celebrated the world over when different initiatives are launched to foster the habit of reading in children. The International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) has been in charge of promoting this day from 1967 onwards. It coincides with the birthday of the Danish writer, Hans Christian Andersen.