“Living Library” for schoolchildren

Tuesday, 7th May
Tammelinn Library

In the “Living Library,” you can meet so-called living books, intriguing with their fascinating life stories or backgrounds. Each living book shares their personal experiences, profession, or interests in small groups, in several sessions. Engaging with living books broadens horizons and can also help make plans for the future. The concept of “Living Library” was first introduced in Estonia in 2006 as part of the European Council’s Europe’s campaign “All Different, All Equal.” The format was developed and piloted for the Roskilde Music Festival in Denmark in 2000, and since then, it has spread widely and found increasing usage worldwide.