UAE NEWS: Sharjah Int’l Book Fair How to book a tour

Four three-hour time spaces are available

The website (registration.sibf.com) for booking your time to visit the Sharjah International Book Fair (SIBF) is now live. Visitors can find four-hour accommodation for three hours: Morning (10am to 1pm); afternoon (1pm to 4pm); evening (4pm to 7pm); and night (7pm to 10pm).

Book lovers will be able to browse more than 80,000 articles in English, Arabic, and other languages, presented at the Sharjah Expo Center by 1,024 publishers from 73 countries. The most remote version of the show will be November 4-14.

Those who wish to attend 64 events and discussions as part of the SIBF cultural program can register through sharjahreads.com.

Held under the theme ‘The world learn from Sharjah’, SIBF has adopted a hybrid online – offline model to ensure public health and safety in the face of Covid-19 disease.

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