Medan Merdeka Selatan, Jakarta - Library and Archives Service Office of East Java also launched a 'Read Me a Book' program campaign. This activity was carried out at local library service building and also at several schools in East Java region.
"We have already started 'Read Me a Book' campaign. In carrying out this activity we collaborate with various parties. One of them is school, involving students and teachers," said Head of Library Service Division of East Java Library and Archives Service Office, Mei Endah Ariani, on the sidelines of her visit to National Library Service Building, Thursday (13/02).
Mei explained that her party had already obtained four yellow aprons from National Library, which is one of the requirements in carrying out 'Read Me a Book' campaign.
"We have already got four aprons, and have received guidance related to the technical implementation of this campaign," she continued.
As it is known, National Library and South Korea National Library for Children and Young Adults (NLCY) collaborate to carry out Read Aloud campaign which is part of Read Me a Book programme. "Read Me a Book" is a reading aloud socialisation programme. This campaign will take place from 15 January to 23 April 2020.
The terms of Read Aloud campaign contest are that book tellers must wear a yellow apron, then upload photos/videos accompanied by mandatory hashtags, #readmeabook_yellowapron #yellowapron_hashtagchallenge #aseanrokisreading_indonesia #nationallibraryofindonesia.