Lessons learned: the “Work in Libraries” innitiative II/II

We all know that "sistership" is the term currently used to describe the special relationships established between two communities. We also know that relations between brothers take very different forms and here it is a sample of it, our history of fraternal and interlibrary love that crosses borders, allowing the exchange of experiences that allow... Continue Reading →

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The importance of the librarians: the “Work in Libraries” innitiative I/II

A few weeks ago we published a post about the activity "Work in Libraries", designed by  4 Sister Libraries to celebrate the International Book Day. The goal was to give visibility to the work of the librarians. Maja Lesinger, one of trhe librarians involved, send us this beautiful text in which she reflects on the... Continue Reading →

The Children‘s literature department at Panevėžys City Public Library (Lithuania)

April 2nd is the birthday of the famous Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. Since 1967 In the world it is also mentioned as International Children's Book Day. Sponsor of the International Children's Book Day 2019 - The Lithuanian Section of IBBY. The poster and text were created by Kęstutis Kasparavičius, an illustrator and author of... Continue Reading →

Work in Libraries: a cooperative activity to celebrate International Book Day 2019

Four libraries in the program have joined together to develop an activity to celebrate the International Book Day 2019. These libraries are: Castropol Municipal library (Spain) and its Sister Prelog Municipal Library (Croatia) and  Vodice Public Library (Croatia) and its Sister Vega-La Camocha Municipal Library (Spain): two pairs of sisterships from two different countries gathered in... Continue Reading →

Old Tortoise’s Treasure Tales, Erasmus+ funded project at Prelog Municipal Library (Croatia)

Although our library has participated as supporting partner in three European projects alongside local Primary School, Project Old Tortoise's Treasure Tales (OTTT) is our first standalone project financed by the EU under the Erasmus+ fund. Our partners from Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania, Portugal, Greece and Italy are all kindergartens so we are the only library in... Continue Reading →

Activities in cooperation: Viana Public library (Spain) and the Permanent Point of Interest

Viana Public library, from Spain, is one of our most active libraries in the NAPLE Sister Libraries program. They joined in January 2014. That very same year they had connected with 3 libraries from Poland, Croatia and Czechia. They are still cooperating up to this day! In Viana public library there is a Permanent Point... Continue Reading →

Pay a visit to your sister: Librarians from Public Library “Viktor Car Emin” Opatija (Croatia) visit Public library Ánxel Casal at Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

As part of the NAPLE Sister Libraries program -where the Public library "Viktor Car Emin" Opatija actively participates and has so far achieved successful cooperation with the Public libraries in Krakow and Galway- the Librarians have attended the first congress for public libraries in Galicia. (Xornada de bibliotecas Públicas de Galicia). The congress took place... Continue Reading →

Liburnia literary Camino, an activity from Public library “Viktor Car Emin“ Opatija (Croatia)

Public Library "Viktor Car Emin“ Opatija (Croatia) has recently established a partnership with Public Library from Santiago de Compostela (Spain). Both of the cities share their patron (St. James), so this library has decided to designed an ambitious program around the pilgrimage road. As part of the celebration of the City Day of Opatija, last 24th July, Public Library... Continue Reading →

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