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Croatian illustrated children's books 'land' in Trieste

Five meetings until May

16 January, 15:53
(ANSA) - TRIESTE, JAN 16 - Five meetings will take place in Trieste to spread the knowledge of illustrated literature for children in the Croatian language. This goal is the core of "Misevi, mačke, hese i oblaci" (Mice, cats, and clouds), an initiative to promote reading and knowledge of Croatian literature and language as a cultural heritage of the area, organized by the Municipality of Trieste in collaboration with the local Croatian Community, under the patronage of the Ministry of Science, Education, and Sport of the Republic of Croatia.

The exhibition will open on Wednesday, 18 January, at the Quarantotti Gambini library in Trieste, with "Mice and cats upside down" (Miševi i mačke naglavačke, Znanje 1994), written by Luko Paljetak. The five meetings in the San Giacomo municipal library will be animated by Marijana Šutić Pavlicevich, teacher of Croatian language and literature, poet and translator, curator of the initiative, and Claudia Giordani, head of the Quarantotti Gambini Library. The program will end in May.

Admission to all appointments is free but needs a reservation by calling the Quarantotti Gambini Library. (ANSA).

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