Book City ends its cycle at IP and expects to serve 51,000 kids

At IP since 2009, the project is starting its last phase in Rio Verde (GO) and is expected to benefit over 6,000 students, ages 6 to 10 After visiting the cities of Mogi Guaçu (SP), Luiz Antônio (SP), Três Lagoas (MS), Ribeirão Preto (SP), Suzano (SP), Paulínia (SP), Franco da Rocha (SP), Itapeva (SP) and Read more about Book City ends its cycle at IP and expects to serve 51,000 kids[…]

Book City goes to Manaus to share the magical world of reading

IP Institute is bringing its project to encourage children to read to the Amazonian capital for the first time Imagine a city with an entrance gate made of giant books that open up to a place where children are completely free to travel the world of stories. This place exists and it is called “Book Read more about Book City goes to Manaus to share the magical world of reading[…]

Travelling Book City 2015

The Travelling Book City project began with the intention of fostering reading among children, through interactive and fun programming with a special little nook for reading, theatrical plays, storytelling, a space for drawing, and more. The Book City is a thematic theatrical space whose home city is São Paulo (SP), but in partnership with Instituto Read more about Travelling Book City 2015[…]

Travelling Book City Project comes to Paulínia

From September 21 to 25, International Paper Institute (IIP) will hold the Travelling Book City project at Avenida João Aranha Sports Gym, in Paulínia. Book City is a playful theater space, with strong visual appeal, but what makes it different is that it is highly educational. Developed to instill an interest in and habit of Read more about Travelling Book City Project comes to Paulínia[…]

Book City reaches 4,000 students in Paulínia

In September, International Paper Institute (IIP) held the Travelling Book City project for the first time in the city of Paulínia. The activity took place from the 21st to the 25th at the Avenida João Aranha Sports Gym and reached over four thousand public school students. One of the program’s goals is to encourage the Read more about Book City reaches 4,000 students in Paulínia[…]