Here is what you cannot afford to miss at Bookaroo’s Summer Schedule 2014

After having successfully conducted the festival for 5 long years, the festival enters its 6th year with exciting workshops and storytelling sessions that are to last for a good one month. Its a team of enthusiastic authors, storytellers, puppeteers, illustrators and other creative artists who come together under one roof to entertain children in the age group of 6 to 14 and above if you can be a child enough to see and experience. The festival celebrates books, stories and pictures in the most creative and exciting ways that allow children to learn and have fun along the way. Nature Play by Indu Hari KumarA childrens writer, illustrator and an art teacher Indu will guide the kids to use leaves and flowers to create animal characters, planes, butterflies and other interesting objects of art.
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Bookaroo – a one of a kind kid-list fest that celebrates children’s literature is all set to begin on 19th of May. After having successfully conducted the festival for 5 long years, the festival enters its 6th year with exciting workshops and storytelling sessions that are to last for a good one month. It’s a team of enthusiastic authors, storytellers, puppeteers, illustrators and other creative artists who come together under one roof to entertain children in the age group of 6 to 14 and above if you can be a child enough to see and experience. The festival celebrates books, stories and pictures in the most creative and exciting ways that allow children to learn and have fun along the way. The summer schedule will be held from 19th May – 29th June at the Delhi Public Library. Save the dates for the winter schedule to be held in Delhi on the 29th & 30th November. It’s hard to attend all days so we picked our favourites for you!

 

1. Fun with cartoons by Ajit Narayan

 

How about creating characters that you see on T.V.? Creating them for the purpose of entertainment? We think it’s a cool idea to create characters, cartoonize and a story line with them that engages audience. Your child might not become a cartoonist overnight with this workshop but there can definitely be a beginning towards it. You can learn the art of artistic and comic drawings along with visual examples along with a step-by-step tutorial.

 

2. Suryamandal ki sair

 

While on earth we can only see the stars and listen or probably read through the books about our solar system. Here you get a chance to experience it live as your kid would probably be in a spaceship. Experiencing it live might just open up the astral ambitions in your child.

 

3. Stop!Look!Listen! by Valentina Trivedi

 

Valentine Trivedi asks children to understand and here the sign languages of nature. Here what the flowers saying? What are the leaves whispering? What is the tree singing?

 

We’ve  come down on earth in complex Human Bodies and nature resides with in us. Find out how in this workshop. Here your kid gets to learn what is the language of nature. Like

 

4. Nature Play by Indu Hari Kumar

 

A children’s writer, illustrator and an art teacher Indu will guide the kids to use leaves and flowers to create animal characters, planes, butterflies and other interesting objects of art. That’s the way your child can learn how to see things in a different light.

 

5. Suni sunnayi by Ankit Chadda

 

A writer, a TEDX speaker and a story teller who has traveled the world will enact all of it in this fest. See him perform to all that he has heard and seen through his journey.

 

Share with us your Bookaroo experience in their summer schedule in the comments below or on Facebook and Twitter here

 

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