An afternoon dedicated to reading and kindness with family

An afternoon dedicated to reading and kindness with family
An afternoon dedicated to reading and kindness with family

A free family café, on the theme “My caring library for my family and me”, was organized on Saturday May 4, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., at the Cancon media library….

A free family café, on the theme “My caring library for my family and me”, was organized on Saturday May 4, from 3 to 5 p.m., at the Cancon media library. “A book can be a way of saying ‘I love you’ and of transmitting many messages of confidence (in oneself, in life) to children and to oneself”, recalled the organizers, as a prelude to this event. They remind us that a book “can strengthen the bonds between parents and children. It allows you to share emotions, joy, tears. It is even a treasure for some. »

Shared Libraries

Those responsible for the association La Famille ça grandit therefore invited young and old to share their own “benevolent library” with other families, on various themes: these could be baby’s first books, caring books to read at children aged 0 to 10 or over, books on changes in family life (new baby, moving, back to school, separation of parents, death). Well-being books for young and old, books for children and adults on child development and caring parenting were also welcome during this meeting. “It was a moment open to sharing. To chat with other parents, over coffee, in a comfortable place. »

The organizers also offered story readings, open to parents and children, “so that they can listen, read together, or even discover caring and cooperative games during this time of exchange”. Librarians were also able to share their proposals.

The event was supported by the Réseau Familles 47 & Co, the Caf and the MSA. At the end of the meeting, the organizers thanked the participants for coming, “for taking part in this afternoon of discovery, of connection with others, which allowed us to share and be amazed”.

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