Serbian Book Clubs

book-club-resize-en-20140202.pngWe were creative and decided to challenge ourselves by not only starting an online book store but also to try to unite Serbian people in the USA through books. Therefore, we started first Serbian Book Club in the USA as well as SerbKidsStoryTime. These events are held monthly; for more info contact info@serbianbookworld.com or check out our Serbian Book World Facebook page.

Goals of our Book Clubs:

  • Promote and nurture Serbian culture.
  • Gather book lovers on a monthly basis to discuss the best invention of the 15th century-books, while socializing & enjoying Serbian coffee/wine.
  • Publish book news.
  • Serves as a platform where book lovers can connect, exchange their book reviews, and suggest books to each other.
  • Connect our children and familiarize them with the traditional Serbian "bajke", and at the same time help them improve their Serbian.
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Bili smo kreativni i odlučili smo da naš zadatak bude mnogo veći od rukovođenja onlajn knjižarom, da treba i objediniti srpski narod u SAD kroz knjigu. I zato smo zvanično pokrenuli prvi klub ljubitelja knjiga (Serbian Book Club) na ovim prostorima, kao i dečji klub (SerbKidsStoryTime). Ovi događaji se održavaju svaki mesec; više informacija možete dobiti putem info@serbianbookworld.com ili posetite Serbian Book World Facebook stranicu.

Namera našeg book club-a je da:

  • Promoviše i neguje srpsku kulturnu tradiciju.
  • Okupi ljubitelje knjiga svakog meseca da, uz šolju kafe ili čašu vina, porazgovaraju o najlepšem izumu 15. veka ─knjizi.
  • Objavljuje vesti o srpskoj izdavačkoj i čitalačkoj sceni.
  • Pruža onlajn platformu gde ljubitelji knjiga mogu međusobno razmenjivati utiske o knjigama, i savete.

Source: www.serbianbookworld.com

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    Netko skače - Neko skoči? (Someone is jumping)
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      someone = neko (Serbian) = netko (Croatian)
      no one = niko (Serbian) = nitko (Croatian)
      Th … However among common native speakers there are many who doesn't always make this distinction.
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