The Week of Reading to Kids


The 3rd Week of Reading to Kids

The 3rd Week of Reading to Kids

The inauguration of The 3rd Week of Reading to Kids in the Czech Republic took place on 30 May 2013 at the Municipal Library of Prague. The whole programme, which was enjoyed by both children and adults, was accompanied by a bunch of animals performed by the actor, Jiří Lábus, the singer, Michal Malátný, the writer, Alena Ježková and the singer, Yvetta Blanarovičová. Pavel Kožíšek and his magic show, as well as a stage reading by the LiStOVáNí

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The 2nd Week of Reading to Kids

The 2nd Week of Reading to Kids

The opening ceremony of The 2nd Week of Reading to Kids was held on 31 May 2012 in the Bolek Polívka Theatre in Brno. The closing ceremony of The 2nd Year of Ostrava Reads to Kids took place under the auspices of the Mayor of the Statutory City of Ostrava, Petr Kajnar at the Janáček Conservatory and Gymnasium in Ostrava on Thursday, 7 June 2012.

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The 1st International Week of Reading to Kids

The 1st International Week of Reading to Kids

The 1st International Week of Reading to Kids was organised by Celé Česko čte dětem (Every Czech Reads to Kids) in co-operation with All of Poland Reads to Kids. The event was held in cities and municipalities throughout the Czech Republic and the Republic of Poland from 1 to 7 June 2011. The 1st Week of Reading to Kids was launched by an inauguration at a symbolic location on the Olše River, which connects, although formerly divided, the towns...

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Festive Reading ‘From my Favourite Children’s Book’

Festive Reading ‘From my Favourite Children’s Book’

Eminent personalities in culture, art and sport were reading aloud to children and their parents from their favourite books in the Church of St Anne in Prague on 30 October 2007.

The event was hosted by Michal Horáček who invited a lot of interesting and pleasant guests to the stage. Václav Havel read two fairy-tales from his book Pižďuchové (The Pizh´duks). His wife, Dagmar Havlová, read an extract from The Story of The Pencil by Paulo...

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