Storytelling for Children

Storytelling for Children, 25th April at The English Bookshop in Uppsala

How many words can you rhyme with ‘spoke’?

Quentin Blake finds 11 in his book about Daisy Artichoke.
How many places can you read a book?
How about in a coconut tree or on a potty?

Stories and jokes at eleven o’clock, Saturday 25th April at the English Bookshop in Uppsala.

Storytelling for Children, 11th April at The English Bookshop in Uppsala

Zac built a beautiful house.
A fly arrived and the trouble started.

Meanwhile Mr Magnolia has only one boot and no trouble at all.

Stories of joy and near-miss disaster at eleven o’clock, Saturday 11th April at the English Bookshop in Uppsala.

The house that Zac built by Alison Murray Mr Magnolia has only one boot by Quentin Blake

Storytelling for Children, 28th March at The English Bookshop in Uppsala

A Viking who is scared of going to sea.
A teddy bear who is depressed.
A moon that is scratching the sky.

Puzzles and paradoxes for your entertainment and delight at 11 o’clock on Saturday 28th March at the English Bookshop, Uppsala.

Scarlett and the Scratchy Moon by Chris McKimmie Cheer up your teddy bear, Emily Brown! By Cressida Cowell and Neal Layton How to be a Viking by Cressida Cowell

Storytelling for Children, 28th February at the English Bookshop in Uppsala

Have you heard about Mary who had a lamb? It was quite little. And its fleece was white. As snow. It followed Mary about. Plenty.

And what about Bear? All he wanted was bedtime. A peaceful one. But then Mouse arrived.

All this and more at eleven o’clock, Saturday 28th February at the English Bookshop in Uppsala.

Mary had a Little Lamb by Kate Willis Crowley A Bedtime for Bear by Bonny Becker and Kady MacDonald Denton.

Storytelling for Children at the Uppsla Bookshop Feb 14

Everybody loves something.

Some love fluffy cats.
Some love to beat a drum.
Some love throwing their lunch on the floor.
But we mostly love stories.

Come and celebrate Valentine’s Day with some lovely stories!
Storytime at the Uppsala English Bookshop, 14th February, 11 o’clock

I love cats by Emma Dodd

Boom, Baby, Boom Boom! By Margaret Mahy and Margaret Chamberlain

I love cats by Emma Dodd Boom, Baby, Boom Boom! By Margaret Mahy and Margaret Chamberlain

Storytelling for Children - Saturday 6th December

Bears can do amazing things like jump and crash and grab the moon. But they can’t use a spoon. So, will a pig miss a bear when it is gone?

Eleven o’clock, Saturday 6th December at the English Bookshop in Uppsala.

Wibbly Pig’s Silly Big Bear by Mick Inkpen

Wibbly Pig’s Silly Big Bear by Mick Inkpen

Storytelling for Children - Saturday 22nd November

Do your parents ever get up your nose, under your skin or even in your face? If so, perhaps you should bring those pesky parent to story time to be reminded of all the useful things that parents can do for children.

Eleven o’clock, Saturday 22nd November at the English Bookshop in Uppsala.

Meet the Parents by Peter Bentley and Sarah Ogilvie.

Meet the Parents by Peter Bentley and Sarah Ogilvie

Storytelling for Children - Saturday 8 November

The clocks have gone back and the darkness is creeping in. Shall we have stories of fear and monsters? Well yes, but also of triumph, happiness and a farting cat.

11 o’clock at the English Bookshop in Uppsala on Saturday 8th November.

  • The monster that ate darkness by Joyce Dunbar
  • The knight who was afraid of the dark by Barbara Shook Hazen

The monster that ate darkness by Joyce Dunbar The knight who was afraid of the dark by Barbara Shook Hazen

Storytelling for Children - Saturday 25th October

We're having a halloween-dressing-up-story-time on Saturday 25th October at 11 o'clock in the English Bookshop in Uppsala.

Witches, skeletons, pumpkins, hobgoblins, black cats, spiders and spider-men are most welcome - adults and children alike. We'll have witchy stories and spooky tales, galore.

Winnie the Witch Meg and Mog by Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienowski

Storytelling for Children - 27th September, 11 o’clock

What if your best friend wanted your best toy? Would you be able to share it? Sharing is a tricky skill to learn.

Stories about sharing and other moral dilemmas for children and their grown-ups at 11 o’clock at the English Bookshop on Saturday 27th September.

Stomp! By Jeanne Willis and Paul Howard

It’s not yours. It’s mine! By Susanna Moores

It’s not yours. It’s mine! By Susanna Moores Stomp! By Jeanne Willis and Paul Howard

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