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Join Miss Lisa N to read stories about what happens when creativity, kids and cardboard boxes mix together. We will be decorating a large cardboard box together to keep in the store. We will be creating edible houses for our snack.
AGES 3 - 5 IMAGINATION TIME STORYTIMES FOR CHILDREN AGES 3-5 Early Childhood Support Specialist, CAROL CARVER, from Self Help, Inc./Community Partnerships for Children will be joining us on the last Friday of each month, September through December She (or another staff person) will be leading a story and activity time - IMAGINATION TIME 10:30 A.M. - 11:15 A.M. for preschool children (ages 3-5). Each session will include stories, songs, gross motor movement and art and deal with a specific topic to spark imagination. SPACE IS LIMITED - RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR EACH SESSION
Call 781-871-7801 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with "PROBLEM SOLVING Storytime Reservations" in subject line
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Antoinette made her picture-book debut with the New York Times best-selling Not A Box, an American Library Association Seuss Geisel Honor book, and one of the New York Times Ten Best Illustrated Books of the Year. She was a recipient of the 2010 Sendak Fellowship.
Antoinette got a BFA at the UCLA School of Fine Arts and then spent years in the world of design and advertising. She was a creative director, then a VP, at Disney before she took a flying leap to pursue her sixth-grade dream of writing and illustrating picture books.
Dreams she did not achieve: ballerina (who knew you had to be able to touch your toes?); astronomer (Math! Not a strong suit); and organic farmer (there’s still dirt and there’s still time.)
Antoinette lives in Southern California and reads and draws with kids in local school classrooms. She has been known to grow monster-sized zucchinis. [from author website, 1/5/2020]