Umm al-Baneen Library initiative to develop the child's audio-visual taste.

The Umm al-Baneen (peace be upon her) women's library, affiliated to the Intellectual and Cultural Affairs Department in the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, has strengthened its visual page with a general educational initiative for children, in a way that develops their audio and visual taste, by adding two-dimensional cartoon films with meaningful content.

The director of the library, Mrs. Asmaa Al-Abadi, told Al-Kafeel Network: “This step is part of the multiple cultural library programs, in which it targets many segments of society remotely, so that this initiative is complementary to previous story series, where these formats were converted from readable to visual format through two-dimensional (2D) cartoon films, designed and implemented by the staff of the Reading Support Unit at the Library."

She added: “Cartoon films are distinguished by their behavioral, ethical and educational content, as well as multiple content in guidance, direction and advice, which seeks to build the child's personality in an effective and beneficial way from a young age in line with the great principles of Islam, and in modern artistic formats by using animation with attractive images, designs and colors acceptable to the children."

In the same context, Ms. Aala’ Mohamad Hussein Al-Khafaf from the Reading Support Unit said: “This experience came after we succeeded in our first step of this project, which aims to develop the child's culture and develop his cultural level, so that the second phase will be the implementation of cartoon films close to the child. These cartoons were designed by the cadres of our artistic unit with the addition of a set of sound and artistic effects, and the 2-D work method was used to present the final product in (mp4) format, as these electronic formats are simple and available and can reach the largest possible number of children. .

You can view these films via the following link:
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