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Books on the beach with prizes to be won Tuesday

Books on the beach with prizes to be won Tuesday

By Staff Writer - July 24, 2017

Photo: CD
Photo: CD

In collaboration with the Marine World Discovery Centre, Monaco’s Environment Department is organising a pop-up library on Larvotto Beach on Tuesday, July 25 and Monday, August 7, between 4 pm and 7 pm.

The Bibliomer, an itinerant and playful library, travels all summer along the beaches of the coast. Last year, it enabled young readers to discover the riches of the Mediterranean Sea, especially the coastal zone. Smaller children were particularly fascinated.

This summer the focus is on entertainment. Facilitators will offer workshops on fishing, whale watching and waste management, with booklets, books and prizes to be won. Further information: environnement@gouv.mc.

READ ALSO: Monaco Clean Beach campaign underway

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