Edizioni libre went to the review of Microeditoria (micro publishing)

Edizioni libre went to the review of Microeditoria (micro publishing)

 

 

Edizioni libre, the smaaaaaaaall publisher for smaaaaaaaaaall children (but also mums and dads like it), went to Chiari, at the Festival of Microeditoria (micro publishing).
Of course, we have the best books for children and we tell, in our books, the stories of great painters and writers from Bassa Reggiana. Follow us!


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Reggiolo: Monday, October 29 arrives “Un senso nel tempo”

Reggiolo: Monday, October 29 arrives “Un senso nel tempo”

Reggiolo: Monday, October 29 arrives “Un senso nel tempo”

Monday, October 29, at 18, in the Municipal Library A. Gentilucci we present, in the presence of the Mayor and citizens,Un senso nel tempo. Our history, our future.

Beyond the main protagonists of this story, in fact, education and childhood, I think we should all look with inspiration at certain true stories that show that you can think big and you can do everythin, even in your own little. That you can participate in building bigger projects. That good and evil are not always the responsibility of others but also happen with our contribution, and it is therefore our duty to consciously choose and participate.


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Un senso nel tempo: our story told in Gualtieri, October 2018

Un senso nel tempo: our story told in Gualtieri, October 2018

 

 

Monday, October 8th, during the celebrations for the fortieth anniversary of the preschool “Il Ciliegio” in Gualtieri, we presented Un senso nel tempo in the hall of the City Council, together with the Mayor Renzo Bergamini and a large group of teachers, educators and citizens.

“Remembering is a matter of mental and sentimental hygiene, so every now and then, when I throw the sheets in the washing machine or take fresh milk out of the refrigerator, or when I get nervous because the cell phone has little field, I realize that this is not so obvious: I have privileges that I once did not have, and that still today not everyone, not everywhere, they share.
I look at myself from afar. Relativised.
And at least for a moment I feel happy and grateful. And so, for a moment at least, I hope for you. ”
Annamaria Testa, on Internazionale, 8th october 2018


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