Dad's Story Telling Day

Dads, bring your children for a morning of storytelling and reading. Record a story onto a CD and take it home to play to your children when you're not there.

This is a free family learning event aimed at fathers/male carers and their children, up to age 5. on Wednesday 23rd July 2008, 10am – 12 noon at Burngreave Library.

Share stories that you remember as children, classics and those passed down through oral tradition with other fathers and children.

There will be toys and craft activities available as well as refreshments and snacks.

Fathers can also take this opportunity to record their favourite story or stories onto CD either on the day or at a later date. Once produced, the CD can be taken home to be played to the children whenever Dad is not around.

To find out more contact Luqman Hayes, Bookstart Worker at Burngreave Library on 07970 949 542.

Burngreave Libary, 179 Spital Hill, Sheffield, S4 7lf

Free library event for Dads and children
10:00am to 12:00pm Wednesday 23 July 2008

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