MainNewsNational Library of Belarus News
The greatest people of the world
Window to China

Books of Belarus – 2009

Other news

From February 11, 2009, to February 15, 2009, takes place the XVI-th Minsk International Book Fair "Books of Belarus – 2009”.




Traditionally, National Library of Belarus presents its printed and electronic publications at Fair.

On February 13, 2009, in the framework of the Fair takes place a round table “Libraries, publishing and book trade organizations: models of interaction for developing of a united information space”. Representatives of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus and the Ministry of Information of the Republic of Belarus library systems, heads of national publishing houses and book trade organizations participate in the event.

Over 20 countries participate in the Fair: Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Poland, Slovakia, Germany, France, Sweden, China, Israel, India, Cuba, Venezuela, and the USA.  For the first time, publications by Hungarian, Bulgarian, Azerbaijan, and Iranian publishing houses will be presented at the Minsk International Book Fair.

The Republic of Kazakhstan is invited as a honorary guest of Belarusian book forum.

The XVI-th Minsk International Book Fair takes place in National exhibition center “BelEXPO” (Minsk, Y. Kupala Street, 27).
News

Toaster-Criminal: the Most Uncommon Murder Weapons in Literature

21 Oct 2021

Every crime story enthusiast knows: the key to solving a murder is the murder weapon. Brave detectives are the first to rush out to find it. Carving knives, hunting rifles, all sorts of ropes and arsenic are familiar and common ways of killing a literary hero. But the authors' imagination is limitless and unpredictable! So, watch your heads and your backs: 11 of the most unconventional instruments of crime await you.

Author's Point of View

The First Belarusian

20 Oct 2021

An exhibition "The First Belarusian" dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Belarusian State University is on show on the third floor of the circular corridor of the Library from October 20.

Book exhibitions