Torreón, Coahuila / 07.23.2021 10:56:38
In the face of the covid-19 pandemic, Iguamira House space where children can learn and enjoy arts and games, limited the visits of the little ones, inviting parents to make an appointment so that their children could have a safe attendance.
That is why during this holiday period in which between five to eight children are received, Casita Iguamira will start with a lread aloud, in which they will be read during the afternoon of 28 of July with the desire to encourage interest in books
Raúl Esparza Flores, who is responsible for the Casita de Artes y Juegos project, Iguamira, explains that the space is not open daily, it is only done when there are scheduled appointments, this to give security to the parents who take their children.
“Since August 2020 we have been with that dynamic and there have not been any special events, but this July 28 from 6 in the afternoon, we will have a outdoor event aimed at all audiences and we have called it Books on the Run, which is dedicated to reading. “
Explain what previously there was a reading room which had to be transformed into play area because books and puppets couldn’t be washed. “We wanted to do something abroad so that more people can be summoned, not only those who make appointments, but all those who wish to appear to read aloud.”
What’s more invites the children to attend, come with a costume made by themselves, “It is not necessary that they bring something very designed, it can be something very simple but that represents a character that they like”.
Finally, Raúl Esparza, who has a long history as a storyteller, says that reading aloud is very disadvantaged, “We tried to do this activity regularly, however, now it cannot be done frequently, so we invite you to read and we will be happy to have an activity with books again.”