Exciting, Visitors Can Enjoy Free Home Theater in East Java Library Every Day
Before playing for an hour at home at home theater, they have spent 1.5 hours in the children's special reading room on the ground floor
SURYA.co.id | SURABAYA - Seven children seemed to enjoy various rides of the game in the home theater room, the first floor of the Library and Provincial Library (Baperpusip) East Java Provincial Government, Jalan Menur Pumpungan, Surabaya, Wednesday (24/6/2015) afternoon.
They are Rizki, Bagas, and his friends. They lived in Manyar Sabrangan area.
After trying the trampoline game, then switch to play ball. Satisfied to play, they then asked Didik, one of the home theater officers to play the movie.
"Sir, please play a good movie," Bagas said.
A moment later, officers play a movie called Frozen on the big screen measuring about 2 x 3 meters. For about 20 minutes, Bagas and children enjoy the animated, adventure, and comedy movies directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee.
"It's a good story, a lot of snow-related animation," joked Lukman, the biggest child of the seven children in the home theater.
Students class IX SMPN 17 Surabaya said he chose to take his colleagues to the library to spend free time during fasting.
"Now the school happens to be on holiday," he said.
Before playing for an hour at home at home theater, they have spent 1.5 hours in the children's special reading room on the ground floor.
"There, we read children's magazines and various comic books," he explained.
Lukman admitted, a visit to the library of East Java not just this time. In a week, he and his friends at least three times come to public facilities owned by the East Java provincial government.
"Rather than going to other places, it's better here, besides the nice place, there are many facilities, there is a playground like home theater, and everything is free again," he said.
The same thing was presented Bagas. In addition to reading various types of comics, every time he was in the library himself also took the time to read the school textbook that became his favorite.
"I usually read IPS books (social science)," he added.