The City of Artenara, through the Municipal Library, has made this Thursday a home delivery of books among the summit population to celebrate April 23, International Book Day, in a way that could reach the entire municipality despite the health crisis situation that has unleashed the coronavirus. The copies will serve, on the one hand to better cope with the quarantine, and on the other to highlight the role of letters on a day as special as this.
Under the initiative “A book direct to your home“, the Summit Council has sought that citizens could”disconnect, dream, fly, travel to another world“, as the written letters achieve. A sensation from which it is impossible to deprive society. Therefore, this Thursday municipal personnel have visited the homes of those people who subscribed these days to the program with a bag loaded with copies of those that the library has, and that can be delivered back Until June 30th, unless the alarm state does not allow it at the time.
To join, the artenarense population had to live in the town and appear as a reader in the Canary Islands Library Network, although if not, they have been allowed to register by sending a series of data to the mail of the municipal library. All this with the intention that no one would be left without the opportunity to enjoy a copy in these difficult times.
The City Council has insisted that the books “comply in complete safety both in the delivery and in the reception “to avoid any possible contagion of Covid-19.