TDT | Manama
The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com
Reported by Zahra Ayaz
The local libraries exhibition currently taking place at Al Ayam Hall in Janabiyah has exceeded all expectations with its overwhelming popularity.
Since its opening on December 2, the exhibition has witnessed a remarkable turnout, drawing in book lovers from all walks of life. Students from both public and private schools have eagerly embraced the opportunity to explore the exhibition in the form of group visits during the mornings.
The exhibition showcases an extensive collection of books covering various fields and genres. Visitors can immerse themselves in a rich assortment of literary and cultural publications, including research papers, novels, popular games, culinary delights, academic and religious texts, poetry collections, magazines, and much more.
With the participation of 20 local libraries and publishing houses, the exhibition has become a treasure trove of the latest and most prominent publications. Each stall is carefully curated to showcase the unique offerings of the participating establishments, allowing visitors to explore a wide array of literary works and discover new authors and perspectives.
The exhibition, which will run until Saturday, December 9th, has been divided into two periods to accommodate the influx of visitors. The morning session, from 9 am to 1 pm, and the evening session, from 4 pm to 9 pm, provide ample time for attendees to browse through the books, engage in discussions, and make meaningful connections with fellow book enthusiasts.
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