Fundalectura enriched the Second Valledupar Book Fair

Fundalectura enriched the Second Valledupar Book Fair
Fundalectura enriched the Second Valledupar Book Fair

On Thursday, June 6 and Friday, June 7, Fundalectura (Foundation for the Promotion of Reading) participated in the city of Valledupar in the successful celebration of the second Valledupar Book Fair (FELVA), organized by the newspaper EL PILÓN with the support of the Mayor’s Office of Valledupar and other entities.

This literary event stood out for its enriching programming and the active participation of the community.

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The fair focused its themes on the works ““La Vorágine” by José Eustasio Rivera and “One Hundred Years of Solitude” by Gabriel García Márquez, motivating deep reflections and creative activities.

The questions “What are the stories they have told us about the jungle?” and “What legends do we know about animals?” They emerged from conversations with the participating boys and girls, fostering a dialogue that revived traditional tales and stories about love and birds. These interactions allowed young attendees to create their own mythical characters, enriching their literary experience.

Fundalectura (Foundation for the Promotion of Reading) participated in the celebration of the second Valledupar Book Fair (FELVA) in Valledupar.

Participation in FELVA was described as a beautiful and meaningful experience. The organizers highlighted the collaboration of the teachers and students of the Prudencia Daza Educational Institution – Mixed School Headquarters number 6, as well as the reading promoters of the La U a la Calle Foundation, who actively contributed to the success of the event.

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“We thank all the people and entities that made this wonderful literary meeting possible. The richness of words and imagination were present in each activity“said a representative of the organization.

The second Valledupar Book Fair not only celebrated literature, but also strengthened community ties and promoted the love of reading among the youngest, consolidating itself as an essential cultural event in the region.

 
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