An astonishing singing performance was given at the 38th Sharjah International Book Fair by young aspiring singers who spread joy among audience and visitors at the Expo Centre Sharjah. Ibby VK and Taha Tito are freelance artists taking part in the SIBF through the events organising company, East Art Group, that arranged singing performances to entertain visitors until the end of exhibition.
“Cultural events like the Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF) play a tremendous role in inculcating a love of reading in the young generation through the hosting of multiple edutainment activities and interactive reading sessions,” remarked Emirati author Sheikha Mariam Saqr Al Qasimi while addressing more than 50 school students at the book fair.
The 38th edition of the Sharjah International Book Fair, which concluded on Saturday, was a book fair like none other. While over two million visitors graced the fair, the last eleven days saw the power of the written word rise to glorious heights. Specifically, in the very year that Sharjah is the Book Capital of the World.
While over two million visitors graced the fair, the last eleven days saw the power of the written word rise to glorious heights. Specifically, in the very year that Sharjah is the Book Capital of the World.
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Forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs, also a popular crime writer and academic, was a big hit with her audience as she deftly demystified the world of crime and forensics with her intriguing and lighthearted banter, during a conversation led by her publisher, Kevin Hanson, at the 38th edition of the Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF) at Sharjah Expo Centre.