Library Storytelling Morning Session for November
Come to the “telebration” with us! Monthly Saturday morning meetings from October to June where kids can enjoy selected stories in English with Brian George (Oliver) as storyteller.
Recommended for children between the ages of 4 – 8. Thirty-five children per session and two adults per child maximum. 45 minutes approx.
The activity now forms part of the library services for library members, with an optional 2 for 1 registration. This means each child with a library card can bring one guest.
Library members will need to show their library card and send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org confirming their participation in the activity any time from the first day of the month and up to the week of the Storytelling morning.
Non-members who want to participate have a symbolic associated cost of €3 per child for each session. The tickets can be obtained at the library check-out desk the same week of the Storytelling morning up until 15 minutes before the beginning of the activity.
If at some point the number of registered members reaches the maximum capacity limit we will announce that tickets are sold out through the Library's blog.
November 2011 storytelling around the book:
“Ananse's feast: an Ashanti tale” by Tololwa M. Mollel & Andrew Glass
Saturday, November 26thth 2011
at 11 a.m. – English version (for advanced level learners)
At 12:30 p.m. –English version with some Spanish to help understand.
(For Intermediate English level learners)
“When the clever spider Ananse outwits Akye the turtle by inviting him to a feast he cannot touch, Akye plans a tasty revenge. Unwilling to share his feast, Ananse the spider tricks Akye the turtle so that he can eat all the food himself, but Akye finds a way to get even.”
(When the clever spider Ananse taunts the tortoise Akye by inviting her to a party where she can't touch anything, Akye stages a tasty revenge. Not wanting to share her party, the spider Ananse tricks the tortoise Aike into eating the entire food but Akye finds a way to settle the score.)
from Barnes and Nobles.
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