Here are some impressions of this year`s ‘Eurotoolbox’ collection of European children’s fiction. The launch took place on Friday 26 September 2014 at the Italian Cultural Institute. The opening was chaired by art illustrator Sara Fanelli and exhibition curator Paola Vassalli.
Eurotoolbox: Who’s it for?
Public librarians; school librarians; ‘special’ librarians; any librarian who wants to know more about meeting users’ needs for material in western European languages. The books could be displayed in staff areas or in public areas, as you wish.
What’s in it?
Five specially chosen collections of children’s and youth literature from Europe, in the original language (German , Spanish , Portuguese , French and Italian collection, between 12 and 15 books in each language). The authors and illustrators selected represent some of the very best in children’s book production in these languages.
How much does it cost?
The exhibition is free to borrow. You will need to organise transportation to the next borrower yourself. The exhibition is packed into 2 boxes, total weight about 30kg.
How can I borrow it?
You can borrow the exhibition for about 2 – 4 weeks at a time. To book a time slot, please contact Mariella Riccobono at the Italian Cultural Institute . The box is available from Sept.
Contact: Mariella Riccobono firstname.lastname@example.org