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Eurotoolbox – What is that?
A handy tool pack for travelling by car in Europe? – an investment package for saving your hard-earned Euros? – or a free resource for librarians and teachers who need to inspire children with the latest children’s books in European languages?
If you chose the last of these options you’d be right on the button.
Eurotoolbox is a resource collection, which has been put together by Eurolis – a group of expert librarians in the cultural centres of France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Poland and Spain with the assistance of CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals) in the UK.
All the books in the collection have been specially chosen for you, they are the very best recently published in the following original languages: French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish. The English language is represented as well, thanks to a donation by CILIP of the books shortlisted for the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway children’s books awards in the current year.
With many years of production experience and feedback from the users, the expert team of librarians have built a resource which enables librarians and teachers to use over 90 books in each collection for individual reading or group sessions in their own library or the schoolroom for a month at a time at no cost to their organisation other than onward transportation to the next location in the UK.
Special Theme 2018: Gender Equality
Slash by Natalia Osińska
Children’s Books (5+)
Planety Pana Mikołaja by Anna Czerwińska-Rydel
A niech to gęś kopnie by Marta Guśniowska
Mat i świat by Agnieszka Suchowierska
Misiu Fisiu ma dobry dzień, dobry dzień by Wojciech Bonowicz
Magiczne drzewo: Czerwone krzesło by Andrzej Maleszka
Books for Teenagers (12+)
Nikt nas nie upomni by Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało
Siedem przygód Rozalii Grozy by Justyna Bargielska
Teatr niewidzialnych dzieci by Marcin Szczygielski
Zosia z ulicy Kociej: Na psa urok by Agnieszka Tyszka
Wiłka, smocza dziewczynka by Antonina Kasprzak
Project organised and supported by CILIP The library and information association, Goethe-Institut London, Instituto Camões Portugal, Instituto Cervantes Londres, Institut français UK, Istituto Italiano di Cultura Londra, and Polish Cultural Institute in London