Woods in the Books
Posted on January 26, 2019 by Stephanie 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.

Posted on January 24, 2019 by Stephanie on blog!, blog!, Events

A Morning with The Great Singapore Poo Sale


It’s animal time at Woods in the Books: Meet the author and illustrator of the The Great Singapore Poo Sale and Other Beastly Business – Maureen Yeo and Gracie Chai – for an morning of family fun. Learn all about Singapore’s wildlife as well as exciting activities such as storytelling, drawing and a quiz session.

Who: Ages 4 and up!
When: 11.00AM – 12.00PM, Saturday 16 February
Where: Woods in the Books!
Ticket: $5* per entry

*Includes $5 same-day store credit

Posted on December 3, 2018 by Stephanie on blog!, blog!, Events, blog!, Story Time

StoryTime in the Woods | 亲子同乐《100个圣诞老人》

Christmas is almost here! Can you guess who’s really busy at this time of the year? Join in this year’s last StoryTime in the Woods for a story reading and craft-making with a focus on Mandarin oral communication and interaction, and bring home a copy of《100个圣诞老人》with you once the session is over! This session supports parent-child language […]

Posted on October 10, 2018 by Stephanie on blog!, blog!, Events

WITB Lit Reporter Extraordinaire Contest

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WITB Lit Reporter Extraordinaire Contest
Win a chance to meet your favourite authors at the Singapore Writers Festival and pick their brains face-to-face!

CALLING ASPIRING WRITERS AND REPORTERS! Here’s a chance to video interview the best and brightest kidlit writers one-on-one! All you have to do is come up with the most interesting, most creative interview questions to ask them (and brush up on your interview voice)!