The Department of Libraries pays special attention to children to instill and consolidate reading habits from the earliest age. In this context, libraries have been designed for children, which offer a variety of interesting programs and information containers aimed at instilling and developing the reading and thinking habits of the child. Information vessels in the Children’s Library are divided according to age groups (3-6, 7-10, 11-13 years). Information vessels are arranged according to the substantive entries. To that end, the Department of Libraries has brought the finest specialized furniture and selected the best creative designs for children to provide an attractive environment that stimulates the child and enjoy reading. Programs offered include:
- 1. Contests and events urging children and parents to read the available information.
- 2. Means to learn to read, coloring and drawing.
- 3. The use of computers and secure search service in the Internet.
- 4. Targeted and targeted reading.
- 5. Borrow books and educational programs.