Cubbon Park Becomes a Storytelling Adda!
reading zone’s red canopy.
interactive storytelling session. Designed to captivate all age groups, the storytelling session included not one but three stories!
asura was indeed fun for the kids.
hilarious story ‘Hatchu! Ha-aaa- tchu!’ where one man’s sneezing troubled an entire village. And of course, a lot of sneezing ensued when the children tried to enact Hatchuram’s sneezing! Janhavi, who is also a freelance
Kannada translator with Pratham Books, read ‘Up World, Down World’, one of the books from our
STEM book series. This is a story about a girl named Fatima who befriends a Malabar
dormouse and visits the tree canopies to meet the inmates there.
Doesn’t it sound exciting to bump into or spot a green vine snake, a tree frog, a fruit bat and more
such arboreal animals in a canopy walk? Fatima meeting these arboreal animals in the story and having a party with them gives us hope that wild animals can co-exist with human beings.
It was definitely a fun, riveting, story-filled morning for children of all ages!
To know more about our STEM series, click here.
You can also read all these stories on StoryWeaver.
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