Algeria – The 23rd International Book Fair of Algiers (SILA 2018) continues, on its sixth day, to attract an ever-increasing public in search mainly of extracurricular books.
Taking advantage of the celebrations of the 64th anniversary of the outbreak of the liberation war, which coincides with each year with a week of school holidays, many Algerians flock to the book fair which ends on November 10.
Among the visitors to Sila, the parents whose number increases from year to year, until becoming, according to the exhibitors of the "customers" assiduous of the Salon. This video broadcast by Ennahar TV confirms the great influx of father and mother at the extracurricular book stand.
»The extracurricular book remains at the top of the demand», indicates to Ennahar TV, the representative of the publishing house "Nachr Bayt El Afkar", Azedine, He confirms that the extracurricular books are the most requested during this Cultural event. "I came with my parents to buy books that could push me to read and improve my schooling," reveals a young girl from the elementary school.
A father wants to buy extracurricular books to help his child pass the end-of-primary exam.
– Ennahar Tv النهار (@ennaharonline) November 3, 2018