If you are looking for a library to go to with your children, do not miss the Průhonice Library located in Průhonice near Prague. The Průhonice Library – which has a collection of over 10,000 books, newspapers, magaznes, e-books, sound and data recordings, and more – is involved in the “All of the Czech Republic Reads to Kids” program and so books are read out loud to children every even hour. At the library children's corner, which is open throughout the library opening hours, children are not left to themselves, as is so often the case, but they are read aloud to, they fulfill tasks, get acquainted with books and play games through which they can learn something new. Besides children's books and natural science and mathematical games, children can also play with construction sets and a computer loaded with educational software in the children's corner. Older children and adults can attend the Board Games Club that takes place every Monday. The entrance is free, anyone can take part, and it is agreed on the spot what game will be played on the particular evening. The Thursday Film Club, in which spectators are guided by the historian and film theory expert Petr Jachnin, shows various films for free. The library also serves as an exhibition space for photographs, paintings and conceptual art exhibitions. The Průhonice Library is barrier-free, truly allowing access to the wonderful world of books to all.
Address: Na Sídlišti 412, Průhonice, Praha – západ, +420 311 234 526, www.knihovnapruhonice.cz
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