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“Good Morning Clouds” Book reading & Coloring/Poetry Activity

April 6, 2024

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


 

On Saturday, April 6, from 1-3PM we will be hosting Linda Calabro & Sarada Marie for a reading of their children’s book “Good Morning Clouds!”

The program will get your child discovering, conversing, questioning, and writing about clouds through puppetry, art and song. They will offer an engaging program that includes an author reading, book signing, poetry workshop, and sing along. Their interactive program encourages children to participate if they choose. They also have an artistic component consisting of coloring pages taken from illustrations in the book. At the end of the program, a hard cover keepsake book will be available for sale and there will be a book signing by the author and illustrator.

*This event is suitable for children ages 4-5 years old. Please note: A parent, guardian, or older sibling must accompany each child during the duration of this event. No prior registration is required. This event is free & open to the public!

“Good Morning Clouds” introduces your child to the hide and seek world of clouds. This collection of lyrical, short poems are entertaining, unexpected, fun to hear, easy to read and will inspire your child’s imagination. With the charm of Dr. Seuss and the softness of Good Night Moon, “Good Morning Clouds” takes children on a mindful journey of love, friendship, wonder, and play in nature. Good Morning Clouds will delight your youngsters and provide a new way of interacting with nature for the whole family that could last a lifetime!”

Linda Calabro is an innovative educator and storyteller. Her extensive teaching experience ranges from Engineering to English Language Arts. A graduate of Columbia University, Linda recognizes the importance of poetry to the development of language and imagination in children. She loves helping children to express their authentic voice.

Sarada Marie is a natural playground designer, illustrator and fine artist. A graduate of Cornell University, she is a National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA) winner. She believes children thrive and grow when they are free to explore, play, and dream in nature. She loves jazz, speckled violets, and the creative spark of a windy day!

Their books inspire children to read, play, ask questions, love nature, and be curious!