I recently had the pleasure of presenting to Ms. Bevacqua’s kindergarten class at Blessed Trinity Catholic Elementary School (YCDSB). After the presentation the teacher mentioned that she has written two books about kindergarten and we met to discuss how she might proceed with getting her books into print. We decided to partner on the project and her books will be launched on Sat., July 15th, 2017 from 12pm – 2pm at the Vaughan Civic Centre Resource Library.
Open the Door to Kindergarten is a helpful guide which introduces parents and students to the wonderful world of kindergarten. This insightful book provides a peek into the fun-filled activity centres found in a typical Kindergarten classroom.
Dani’s Kindergarten Tour is a simple pattern text for young readers.
Light refreshments will be served at the book launch and the author/illustrator will be available to sign books. Also, the first thirty children will receive complimentary loot bags.
Tamara Hecht, the President of The Vaughan Writers’ Club & Moe Vyas, Membership Chairperson were recently on Daytime TV with Jacqueline Betterton. Here is a link to their interview.
We have several upcoming events and you are welcome to join us:
- Sat., May 13th, 2017 from 9am – 2pm. The Book Shelf at 200 Duncan Dr. at the Newmarket Community Centre
- Tues., May 16th, 2017 from 7pm – 8:30pm. Website party launch at Bathurst Clark Resource Library in Vaughan. Located on the south side of the Promenade Mall.
Hope to see you there.
Gigi the Giraffe (sponsored by Richmond Hill’s 2016 Community & Cultural grant) is participating in Richmond Hill’s Cultural Summit today at The Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts. Tickets are complimentary. Hope to see you there. Featured in picture–Mayor Dave Barrow.
Hope to see you this afternoon at We Can Change The World Day 3 today at 2pm at The Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts.
Joel Sutherland, Children’s & Youth Services Librarian at Georgina Public Libraries & I at CANSCAIP meeting where he delivered an EXCELLENT presentation on his path to publishing.
Here’s a picture of my new sculpture. Her name is Gigi and she is based on the image of the giraffe from my book titled, “We Are Colourful Friends”.
THANK YOU to all my colourful friends at the Richmond Hill’s Community & Cultural department for your generous grant. Your support made it possible to bring Gigi to life.
There are 11 characters in my book and I have completed 7 sculptures. Once I complete the other 4 sculptures my goal is to have an exhibition at The Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts.
If booking a JK/SK interactive workshop at your school or library you can now choose to have Gigi the pink giraffe visit your class instead of Ruby the red flamingo.
Finally, thank you to everyone that helped me pick Gigi’s name. I think it really suits her.