Storytelling for Children

Storytelling for Children - Saturday 7 June

Stan loves spending the day with Gran. She makes him pancakes, plays football and reads stories.
So it’s a disaster when one day her front-door key gets lost.
How does Stan save the day?

Listen to the whole intriguing story at 11 o’clock on 7th June at the English Bookshop in Uppsala!

Stan and his Gran by Sarah Garland

Storytelling for Children at The English Bookshop in Uppsala, Stockholm

Storytelling for Children - Saturday 24 May

Mr Pod and Mr Piccalilli both have cats and like cake. And they live in the same block of flats. But they aren’t friends. Yet.
What will bring them together?

Find out at 11 o’clock on 24th May at the English Bookshop in Uppsala!

Mr Pod and Mr Piccalilli by Penny Dolan and Nick Sharratt

Storytelling for Children at The English Bookshop in Uppsala, Stockholm

Storytelling for Children - Saturday 10 May

Do you ever have a tantrum?
Pearl does and her Mum leaves the room.
And then a white bear arrives who need to be fed. A lot.

Come and hear the full story at 11 o’clock, 10th May at the English Bookshop in Uppsala!

The Bear with the Sticky Paws by Clara Vulliamy

Storytelling for Children at The English Bookshop in Uppsala, Stockholm

Storytelling for Children - Saturday 26 April

The Big Concrete Lorry by Shirley HughesSpring is in the air. And so are new building projects.
Come and hear the funny story of one family's extension.

Story time at 11 o'clock, 26th April, The English Bookshop, Uppsala.

The Big Concrete Lorry by Shirley Hughes.

Upcoming Storytelling for Children

Storytelling for Children at The English Bookshop in Uppsala, Stockholm

Saturdays 11-11.30, at The English Bookshop in Uppsala.

April 26
May 10, May 24
June 7

Welcome all 3-6 year olds for storytelling with Hannah. No need to sign up, just show up at the shop and join the fun.

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Storytelling for Children – Saturday 5th April, Uppsala

A ballarina with big feet and a T-rex that needs clean teeth!
How can you resist?

Come to story time at the English Bookshop!
11 o'clock, 5th April 2014 in Uppsala.

  • Belinda the Ballerina by Amy Young
  • Down at the Dino Wash Deluxe by Tim Myers and Macky Pamintuan

Belinda the Ballerina by Amy Young Down at the Dino Wash Deluxe by Tim Myers and Macky Pamintuan

Storytelling for Children – Saturday 22nd March, Uppsala

Storytelling for Children, The English Bookshop

Jack and Jill went up a hill, to fetch a pail of water. But what are they doing with that brown paper? Meanwhile Lulu is snuggled up on the sofa reading a story. Sounds much nicer.

Come and hear stories at the English Bookshop, 11 o'clock, Saturday 22nd March, Uppsala.

  • Jack and Jill by Kate Willis-Crowley
  • Lulu reads to Zeki by Anna McQuinn and Rosalind Beardshaw

Jack and Jill by Kate Willis-Crowley Lulu reads to Zeki by Anna McQuinn and Rosalind Beardshaw

Storytelling for Children – Saturday 8th March, Uppsala

Did you ever eat all the food that was in your house?
Did you ever drink all the water from your taps?
That's what happened to Sophie when a tiger came to tea.

The tiger who came to tea by Judith KerrCome and hear the story at 11 o'clock on Saturday 8th March at the Uppsala English Bookshop.

Storytelling for Children – 11 o'clock, 22nd February, Uppsala

Hat rhymes with 'drat!'
Breeze rhymes with sneeze - Bless you!
Llama rhymes with drama.

Come have fun with rhyming stories at the English Bookshop, 11 o'clock, 22nd February.

Rosie's Hat by Julia Donaldson and Anna Currey Llama Llama Shopping Drama by Anna Dewdney

Storytelling for Children – Saturday 8th February, Uppsala

Bed-time can be tricky can't it? Sometimes you need things to be just right before you can sleep. Come and listen to stories about bed-time and other times too, at 11 o'clock, Saturday 8th February, at Uppsala's English Bookshop.

  • Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd
  • Goodnight Sam by Marie-Louise Gay

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd Goodnight Sam by Marie-Louise Gay

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