VOV.VN - Kim Dong Publishing House has released a book titled “Nước cờ hòa”, known as “The draw move” in English, to mark this year’s International Children's Day (June 1) and the arrival of summer.
The Kim Dong Publishing House on March 11 released a new book dedicated to wildlife, Chang Hoang Da – Gau (Wild Chang and Bear), the first volume in a series about wildlife protection.
The book street in Nguyen Van Binh Street in downtown HCM City is still open for local and international visitors despite of a 30 percent drop in the number of visitors due to coronavirus fears.
The Kim Dong Publishing House has released a pictorial book series written by Russian authors to mark the Vietnam-Russia Friendship Year and the Russia-Vietnam Friendship Year in 2019.
VOV.VN - In 1941, ‘Diary of a cricket’ was published for the first time and immediately aroused a strong interest in young readers. To Hoai’s cricket, who began hopping on the grass along Hanoi’s To Lich River, eventually crossed national borders to touch the hearts of children in China and 40 other countries.
Writers and painters from Vietnam and Denmark with host a workshop for children to discover literature from the two countries on January 12 in Hanoi.
Many publishing houses and book companies announced plans to organize giant book fairs in the end of the year in Ho Chi Minh City.
The first book of Cham fairytales collected and translated into Vietnamese by teacher Kinh Duy Trinh of Binh Thuan province has been released.
The Kim Dong Publishing House has released special editions of four world classic literary works that have been elaborately illustrated by Vietnamese painters.
Thousands of children and parents attended the first ever children’s book festival which opened in Hanoi’s Temple of Literature, the country’s first university, on June 1.
Denmark’s Embassy in Vietnam said that it and the Kim Dong Publishing House would take active involvement in the two activities of the 6th European Literacy Days in Hanoi.
Electronic versions of various historical and folk legends of Vietnam have been widely launched via international e-book channels and libraries in Europe and the United States.
As many as 13 outstanding books were awarded prizes of the Vietnamese-Danish project on fostering literature for children at a ceremony in Hanoi on November 26.
A 144-m long section with 19 stalls will open as the Ho Chi Minh City Book Street on Nguyen Van Binh Street in central District 1 on November 23.
(VOV) - Like To Hoai, Vo Quang and Pham Ho, writer Doan Gioi is popular among children. His stories are close to life and appeal to children inspiring them with a love for nature and people’s fates. His stories about the southern region are the most popular.
As many as 34,000 books were presented to needy pupils in the northern province of Bac Giang on November 12 as part of a three-year programme jointly implemented by the Kim Dong Publishing House and the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee.
(VOV) -The “One Day with Doraemon” painting exhibition, organised by Kim Dong Publishing House, launched in Hanoi on November 30.
A festival entitled Doraemon and Friends will be held in HCM City on December 9 by the Kim Dong Publishing House to celebrate 20 years since the Doraemon series was first published in Vietnam.
(VOV) -A wide range of activities comprising the second phase of the Vietnamese-Danish project to help enhance the creativity of Vietnamese authors and artists and provide children access to new books will be held nationwide from November 13-17.
70 photographs featuring the daily lives of Vietnamese children from 1964-1972 when the US imperialists bombarded the northern region are on display in Hanoi from September 7-14.