Crown Princess Mette-Marit hope to give people some good tips for summer literature from her temporary library in Queen's Park. Although she read Japanese books this summer.
The small gazebo in Dronningparken behind the castle is Thursday and Friday this week furnished as a library, where anyone can drop by to be inspired or to borrow a book in the park's opening hours.
The book selection and idea stems from the Crown Princess' literary train journey in early April, when she traveled from Bodo to Steinkjer and shared her favorite book with people in Nordland county.
In this summer library is it first and foremost the people own favorite books that are available.
- We received over 400 tips on social media when we traveled on the literature train. The tips show that people read very much different. The books in the gazebo is a mixture of these tips and a selection of books we had with us on the train journey, says the Crown Princess.
She says she hopes the project will encourage the love of reading and giving passers tips for holiday books. Although she has a reading list ready for this year's summer vacation.
- There is a lot of Japanese books waiting for me at the cabin, so this summer I will first and foremost read Japanese literature, she said.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today