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Posted on February 10, 2019 by woodsinthebooks on blog!, blog!, Events

Hello SingLit! The Sherlock Sam Kaypoh Kids Championship


The game’s afoot! Earn clues, solve puzzles, and win as many games as you can with Sherlock Sam, Watson, and the Supper Club at the Hello SingLit! Pop Up Book Fair! What’s more, the world-famous A. J. Low will be there to meet you and sign every single Sherlock Sam book you own!

Wrack your brains and tackle the Sherlock Sam Trivia Quiz of the Decade!

Colour-fu your way through to attack Sherlock Sam Drawing Game of the Century!

Win games and crown your team as Kaypoh Kids Champions of the Millennium!

You only live once! Come and join the GREATEST Sherlock Sam Party that has EVER BEEN!

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Hello SingLit! Pop Up Book Fair


Hello SingLit! Book Fair
8 – 10 March 2019
FORUM The Shopping Mall B1 Atrium

Celebrate SingLit at Hello SingLit!, a book fair by Woods in the Books and Books Ahoy! There’s a whole slew of SingLit books and events waiting just for you!

Posted on February 1, 2019 by woodsinthebooks on blog!, blog!, Events, blog!, StoryTime in the Woods

StoryTime in the Woods | 亲子同乐之 《十二生肖的故事》


Chinese StoryTime is back in time to welcome the year of the Pig with TWO stories! In a special original story created just for this session, follow three little pigs and discover all the fun customs and delicious food of Chinese New Year. In the other story, find out why the mouse is afraid of the cat and learn how the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac were chosen. This session supports parent-child language immersion and is friendly to non-Chinese-speaking parents!

Posted on January 26, 2019 by woodsinthebooks on blog!, blog!, Events, Woods in the Books

LITTLE SingLit Puppet Theatre: The Things That Stay the Same


The LITTLE SingLit Puppet Theatre by Woods in the Books is back to delight and astound you!

Some old, some new, some just odd: in Grandma’s cupboard, there’s a treasure trove of special little things waiting to be explored.
Through playtime between a big sister and a little brother, discover how each of these everyday things stand for well-loved moments and memories.

Directed by Ian Loy of MySuperFuture and adapted from homegrown SingLit picture book Grandma and the Things That Stay the Same by Eve Aw and Yunroo, come and see how imagination, live music, and puppet play come together in a magical performance.