Storytelling for Children

23rd Feb 2013, 11 o'clock – Story-time at the English Bookshop

The Perfect Baby by Tony Bradman and Holly Swain Wanted: The Perfect Pet by Fiona Roberton Cat Dreams by Ursula K. Le Guin and S.D. Schindler

Would you rather have a new pet or a new baby? Or perhaps you've already got both?
Stories about what to expect from your pets and your babies.

Story-time: 9th Feb 2013, 11 o'clock

Don't Dip your Chips in your Drink, Kate! by Caryl Hart and Leigh Hodgkinson  Don't kick up a fuss Gus! by Adria Meserve  What's Cooking Jamela? by Niki Daly

9th Feb 2013, 11 o'clock – Story-time at the English Bookshop

Why do grown-ups tell kids what to do all the time? Especially about at meal times!

Come and enjoy stories about determined and wilful children.

Storytelling for children in the the Stockholm English Bookshop

Welcome all 3-6 year olds for Christmas storytelling with Philip, Saturday 15 December at 11. No need to sign up, just show up at the shop and join the fun.
The English Bookshop, Lilla Nygatan 11, Gamla stan.

Storytelling for Children Saturday 17th at 11

Storytelling for Children Saturday 17th at 11  - The Uppsala English Bookshop

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.

Saturday Nov 17th at 11, The Uppsala English Bookshop.

What we'll be reading:

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Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?  A Flower in the Snow
Olivia and the Fairy Princesses Is that a Coconut? Yuck!

Summertime, Story-time 20th May

The Big Alfie Out Of Doors Storybook. Shirley Hughes

The days are getting long and light. School will be over soon. Stories about gardens, the seaside, camping and warm evenings outdoors should get us ready for the holidays, even if it’s raining outside.

Story-time at 1 o’clock, 20th May, at the English Bookshop.

Storytelling in The English Bookshop Stockholm 5th May

Storytelling with Philip at Lilla Nygatan 11, 5th May, 11 am. Welcome all children 3-6 years old!

Wild and cross

Have you ever been cross with your teddy?

Katie Morag was so cross that she threw hers into the choppy sea! Then she wished that she hadn’t. What can you do with a wild brother? Would you rescue your sister from goblins? These and more moral dilemmas for children and their grown-ups.

Story-time at 1 o’clock, 22nd April, at the English Bookshop.

Storytelling for children in the the Stockholm English Bookshop

Storytelling at The English Bookshop 31 March at 11 am.
Welcome all 3-6 year olds for storytelling with Philip.
No need to sign up, just show up at the shop and join the fun.

Magic changes – Story Time at The Uppsala English Bookshop

Amazing things happen in stories. We all know that, don’t we? Cinderella goes to the ball in a pumpkin and Sleeping Beauty gets a wake-up kiss. But have you heard about Chip the guinea-pig who grows red hair and starts to sing? What about Marlon the monster who grows a noo-noo tree and Louis who learns to play football?

Come and listen to the magic.

Story-time at 1 o’clock, 18th March, at the English Bookshop.

Afraid? Me? What of?

Are you afraid of spiders? What about bottom-biting bog monsters? Or
vampire neighbours? How about a huge squawking baby vulture in the
middle of the night?

Come and hear stories about a scared knight, a lonely spider and other
amazing creatures at 1pm on Saturday 11th February.

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