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More than 100 intellectual games will take place, pupils of the first to sixth grades of secondary schools will be able to take part in them.

On September 13, applications for participation in the citywide project for schoolchildren “BiblioOlimp” begin. More than 100 mind games will take place during the season, from September 2021 to April 2022. Students of the first – sixth grades of secondary schools will be able to take part in them free of charge.

The questions of mind games are based on well-known works of fiction. Tournaments for first-graders will be dedicated to the work of Korney Chukovsky, and older students will answer questions about the books by Ivan Krylov, Arkady Gaidar, Sofya Prokofieva and many other writers.

Selection rounds will be held in 13 city libraries. These will be intellectual battles, in each of which two teams will take part. The finals of the tournaments and the superfinal of the season will be held in a quiz format with the participation of five to seven teams. Participants and finalists will receive gifts and prizes, and the winning team will receive the BiblioOlimp Challenge Cup. Special tournament days will be held for first graders.

Supervisors (teacher, parent or guardian) need to register the team through a special form on the official website of the project… There you can choose a convenient site, a suitable date and time for the tournament, as well as get detailed information about the project.

The BiblioOlimp games are organized by the libraries of the Northern District of Moscow.

“The main goals of the project are to increase children’s interest in reading and intellectual leisure, to develop their teamwork skills and respect for rivals, as well as to develop integration cooperation between library and school institutions,” said Yuri Kuntsev, General Director

Centralized Library System of the Northern Administrative District

Tournament venues:

– children’s library № 22 named after L.А. Kassilya (Leningradskoe highway, house 120);

– Children’s Library No. 40 (1st Khutorskaya Street, Building 2, Building 2);

– Central Library No. 21 (Klara Tsetkin Street, 11);

– Library No. 64 (Putevoy proezd, building 38a);

– library number 77 (11th Parkovaya street, building 21)

– Library No. 110 – Cultural Center of Front-line Poets (Tashkent Street, house 18, building 1);

– Central Children’s Library No. 152 (Voronezh Street, 10);

– Library No. 215 (Udaltsova Street, 4);

– Central Children’s Library No. 226 (Khimki Boulevard, Building 16, Building 1);

– Central Library No. 249 (Zelenograd, building 607a);

– Library No. 259 (Moskovsky settlement, Moskovsky city, 1st microdistrict, building 49);

– Library No. 184 (Akademika Vargi Street, 38);

– Central Children’s Library No. 14 (Bakhrushin Street, 4).

Since 2017, more than 600 games have been held, with over 2,600 students from more than 80 schools taking part in them.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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