Flashmob # pіdbery - one of the ideas that emerged during the ecological literary workshop for teenagers from LakіBuks. Trainer course was the famous writer, winner of the Children's Book of the Air Force in 2016. Galina Tkachuk. Under her leadership, the children wrote a book on the problem of garbage in Ukraine. The end of the workshop, noted in a bookstore "Smoloskyp".
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An unusual literary workshop started in Kiev - pupils of the secondary schools together with a famous children's writer write a popular science book on environmental issues.
The coach of the course is a teacher of literary activity, the BBC Children's Book of the Year 2016 winner Galina Tkachuk.
The workshop was initiated by LuckyBooks charitable project, which is engag