Special Storytelling Time on World Book Day
April 23rd is a symbolic date for world book day. Join us for a special storytelling time to celebrate the pleasure of reading!
Recommended for children between the ages of 4 – 9. Two adults per child maximum.
With Brian George (Oliver) as storyteller. approx. 40 minutes.
Participation is free. Seating is limited; Entrance is open until full capacity (35 kids per session).
Register at firstname.lastname@example.org including children's name/s and wait for our confirmation reply.
Storytelling around the book:
“That Book Woman” by Heather Henson & David Small
Friday, April 23rd at 18 p.m. – English version (All in English)
“Cal is not the readin' type. Living way high up in the Appalachian Mountains, he'd rather help Pap plow or go out after wandering sheep than try some book learning. Nope. Cal does not want to sit stoney-still reading some chicken scratch. But that Book Woman keeps coming just the same. She eats in the rain. She eats in the snow. She comes right up the side of the mountain, and Cal knows that's not easy riding. And all just to lend his sister some books. Why, that woman must be plain foolish — or is she braver than he ever thought?
from Simon and Schuster.
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