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Event for parents with under 5 year olds

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    Hi, did you all know that Wednesday the 26th May 2010 is


    National Simultaneous Storytime.

    It is a campaign organised by the Australian Library and Information Association, in which a picture book, written and illustrated by an Australian author and illustrator, is read simultaneously to children in a variety of venues around Australia.

    This campaign promotes the value of books and encourages young people to read, share books and become involved in other fun and engaging literary based activities. The campaign is an integral part of promoting the value of reading and literacy within Australian society.

    In 2009, over 120,000 children and adults across Australia took part in National Simultaneous Storytime, reading the book Pete the Sheep, written by Jackie French illustrated by Bruce Whatley. This year it is "Little White Dogs Can't Jump" Written by: Bruce Whatley and Rosie Smith

    Kindercraft will be taking part at the St Peters class that day. As a special offer to promote this great event they are promoting for people to come along to the class for the day for only $5. (normally $12) Make craft projects, have some messy fun and finish with a story - "Little White dogs cant jump"

    Bookings essential - contact 0435 096 673 or visit - you can book online there

    Check out full details on the following facebook page:


    Splodge kids Birthday Parties & Event entertainment Events | Facebook


    Also for full details or to find other venues reading the story check out the following website


    NSS home



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