This intimate exhibition consists of text, drawings, photographs and historical imagery related to Contact With Shadow. Written in a contemporary, dynamic style the novel touches.upon a variety of topics, including love, loss, Armenian Street,19th century printing technology, Hollywood and molecular food! You are invited to both a party on July 22 and to a dynamic web-based project: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/contact/love-loss-and-history-in-singapore-plus-some-ink-a Exhibition: July 19 - 25 / Reception: July 22 Woods in the Books (58 Club Street) About Stephen Black Instead of writing about himself, he hopes that you'll take a few minutes to check out the free full-length sample of CWS which...
For fans of Shaun Tan: Don't miss The Red Tree shadow puppet performance performed by Wandering Moon (Thailand) at National Museum of Singapore this Sat & Sun. www.nationalmuseum.sg
Once there was a boy... Once there was a boy, and one day... Enjoy three exciting adventures of the anonymous boy, as he learns ...how to catch a star, journeys to the South Pole to return a lost penguin and even takes a trip to the moon - making new discoveries and finding friendship along the way. The award-winning picture books: ′How to Catch a Star′, ′Lost and Found′ and ′The Way Back Home′ are now presented in a beautiful hardback slipcase edition. source: Harper Collins
The Teacher Who Changed EverythingIn this exclusive video interview with Reading Rockets, children’s book author Patricia Polacco recalls the day that her teacher discovered her dyslexia. View the full interview on ReadingRockets.org: http://www.readingrockets.org/books/interviews/polacco