Ready for KidLit!

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Calling all kidlit lovers! Get ready for a day filled with fun storytelling, writing and drawing activities!

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Join some of our beloved children’s book writers and illustrators online as they show us how to do dramatised storytelling, write wacky poems, learn about emotions and out-draw each other in an epic illustrators' battle! Light up your day with all these free activities as kidlit comes alive!

This event will be live-streamed on Singapore Book Council's Facebook and YouTube.

Programme Schedule for Ready for Kidlit!

18 July (Sat) 2020

10am - 10.45am

I'm Very Busy with Little Dim Sum Warriors

What does your little one think Baozi is doing when he says he's busy? Draw along with creators Colin and Yen Yen as they bring silly suggestions from kids to life. Also, enjoy a dramatic reading of I’m Very Busy from the hilarious Little Dim Sum Warriors bilingual picture book series.

11.15am - 12pm

It's Rhyme Time! with Deborah Emmanuel

Let loose and run wild with your creativity! Step into the world of funny and nonsensical rhymes and learn how to create simple limericks in this fun and engaging session.

1pm - 1.45pm

What Colours Are You Feeling? with Angela Ng

Our emotions are colourful like a rainbow but we often struggle to label or describe our emotions properly. Let’s have fun creating colourful and fun emoji crafts that helps us express our emotions and use it to share an emotive story.

2.15pm - 3pm

Duelling Illustrators - Live! with Darel Seow, Quek Hong Shin and Jumaini Ariff

Watch two illustrators engage in battle as each attempts to outdraw the other. While a story is read out live, the artists will each draw out their vision of how the scenes from the story would look like.

3.30pm - 4.15pm

Let's Sing, Play and Move to ORIGAMI! with Wigglepods

Come join us for a creative music and movement adventure with Wigglepods. We will SING,MOVE and PLAY in this fun-filled session inspired by the book titled Benji, Yumi, Origami! by Emily Lim-Leh and Kazumi Wilds.

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