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Winter Book Fair: Dubai Public Libraries Celebration

by | Dec 13, 2023 | News

 

 

Dubai Public Libraries launched the eagerly awaited ‘Winter Used Book Fair’ at Al Rashidiya Library. Scheduled from December 11 to December 22, this unique literary event promises an extensive collection of books spanning various genres, all available at affordable prices ranging from Dh3 to Dh10.

 

The ‘Winter Used Book Fair’ is a celebration of literature, catering to book enthusiasts in both English and Arabic languages. Located at Al Rashidiya Library in Al Rashidiya District, Street No. 44, adjacent to Al Rashidiya Health Clinic, the fair will be open daily from 8 am to 8 pm. Accessible via the Centrepoint Metro Station on the Red Line, the venue ensures convenience for all attendees.

 

In conjunction with the fair, Dubai Public Libraries is proud to align with a science-themed winter camp, open exclusively to children of library members. From December 11 to December 22, engaging activities tailored for two age groups (five to nine and ten to thirteen) will take place on weekdays, offering a unique blend of literary exploration and scientific wonders.

 

The ‘Winter Used Book Fair’ at Al Rashidiya Library is not just an opportunity to acquire affordable reads but also an invitation to embrace the diverse world of literature. Whether you are a seasoned reader or introducing your child to the joy of reading, this event promises something for everyone.

 

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