| The RMBM offers among its recommendations' A meced de un dios humana ', by Andrés Pascual, or' The prince who wanted to be a frog ', by Álex Rovira | The Municipal Library Network of Murcia (RMBM) has prepared for this weekend a varied program of literary recommendations and storytelling for children and adults.It is a selection of nine videos that will be broadcast from the City Council's social networks on their YouTube channel.
Its theme is varied, such as readings for the little ones, literary recommendations for young people and tutorials on how to access eFilm Murcia.One of the novelties of this week is that the programming will be much more inclusive, since a storytelling storytelling will be offered for those with hearing difficulties."We are heading into the weekend and, as we have been doing since the start of the state of alarm, we continue to offer cultural programming to Murcians to make it easier these days," says Mercedes Bernabé.This selection joins the consistory's effort to bring home the cultural agenda, adapting to circumstances and investing in artistic, sports, children's and leisure programming through the Internet.The programming, day by dayFriday, May 22-At 11.00 a.m.
Literary recommendation: Belén López, from the La Alberca Library, will talk about 'At the mercy of a wild god', by Andrés Pascual.-At 1:00 p.m.
Storytelling: The Autopía Collective will offer children the reading of 'The Parable of the Rich Man and the Poor Man'.-At 5:00 p.m.
Storytelling: Eloísa Gallardo, from the Cronista Antonio Botías Library of Sangonera la Verde, will narrate 'The man who planted apple trees'.Saturday, May 23-At 11.00 a.m.
Literary recommendation: Eva Morón, from the Río Segura Library, will talk about the reading 'The prince who wanted to be a frog', by Álex Rovira and Francesc Miralles.-At 1:00 p.m.
Storytelling: Cecilia Sánchez, from the RMBM headquarters and the Pelagio Ferrer Library in El Palmar, will narrate 'When I got the leg', by Roberto Aliaga and Miguel Ángel Díez.
In addition, the work will be offered in sign language.-At 5:00 p.m.
Literary recommendations: Santiago Azorín, from the Saavedra Fajardo Bibliomercado, will offer the reading of 'Bizcochos de webos fritos', a work by Susana Pérez and Jesús Cerezo.Sunday, May 24-At 11.00 a.m.
Storyteller: Joana López, from the Pelagio Ferrer Library in El Palmar, will narrate 'The Little Gardener', by Emily Hughes.-At 12.00.
Tutorial: Toñi Bernal, from the Pelagio Ferrer Library in El Palmar, will show how to access 'The eFilm Murcia online platform'.-At 1:00 p.m.
Literary recommendation: Alicia Miralles, from the Javalí Nuevo Library, will highlight a selection of films by eFilm Murcia.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Murcia