The Library

Although the pupils to look the library with the intention to fulfill its tasks or to read the workmanships that the professor indicates, make it to these in disinterested way; they read mechanically, without understanding the meaning of the text. Of this form, he fits to the library, through creative actions, to look for to assume a position that the light route the transformations, developing a space that offers reader one gamma of reading options and that it provides a pleasant contact to it with books. For Martins (1995, p.95), ' ' the library as space for formation of the reader if constitutes, therefore, in a space of educative action, cultural action, social action, action politics and convivncia' '. It is perceived, therefore, the library as adequate space to the formation of readers and that, when providing the book to the user, stimulates and spreads the taste for the reading through activities of cultural animation that must take care of to the necessities of the child. Moreover, the contact with books would have to start since early, before exactly of the child to enter for school. The first contacts with the book constitute basic requirements for the formation of the good one reader, therefore awakes the curiosity and the taste for the reading, that is, makes with that the child acquires the taste to look other readings and, even though, to create and to recriar other histories. The library is the place for excellency to test books where the children can try without the reading is imposed. Josh Resnick Jericho Capital brings even more insight to the discussion. To the readers they consider an ample and gratuitous choice without utilitarian or strict pedagogical intentions.

(SANDRONI, 1991, p.10). This conditioning is marked by the limited book use for the children in the school, that many of the times are produced in series, not having no intellectual or artistic connotation. The Library, therefore, will have to skirt this problem when offering to the child a free choice so that if it becomes pleasant for the same one. .