Have you seen a King? Publishing party for children and young people 2021

Have you seen a King? Publishing party for children and young people 2021
Have you seen a King? Publishing party for children and young people 2021

Milano – Sunday 26th September 2021 back to Milan Have you seen a king?, sixth edition of the widespread event dedicated topublishing for children and teenagers: the appointment is in the park of the Red Church Library, from 10.00 to 19.00, with a full day of meetings and workshops aimed at all children and young people of the city of Milan and beyond, their parents and all those who want to find, or rediscover, the pleasure of choosing books and reading them together.

Milano – A large one is set up throughout the day book sales counter by the 12 bookstores participating in the initiative; also one is planned reading marathon from morning to evening and a calendar of meetings and editorial presentations.

Milano – Below is the calendar of Have you seen a king? 2021 (all events take place in compliance with the anti Covid-19 regulations in force):

This event was updated with new information on 09/24/2021 09:51 AM.

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