Worldbook day – a multilingual family party

By on April 12, 2017

Storytime in Mongolian, drama play in modern Greek and Japanese crafts. It is a small sample of the multilingual task buffet that is served April 23 during worldbook day at the International Library.

Every day is actually World Book Day in Stockholm’s library, but once a year, noted the linguistic breadth that International Library provides a little extra. This year is the World Book Day on April 23, and then offers the whole family into a day in multilingualism characters. If you speak Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, mongiliska, Modern Greek, English or Portuguese are special activities in these languages. But even as the Swedish it is fine to participate in the celebration of worldbook day. For example arranged Japanese tales and origami crafts and story time with children’s books from Tanzania in Swedish.

A selection of the day’s program:

Tales, food and henna from South Asia
Alia Amir talks about food traditions in South Asia. There will also be games, rhymes and henna tattoos for all children. Especially welcome are children who speak Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi.
Language English
11:30 to 12:30

Workshop with author Erika Garmpi
Ο Μηχανισμός των Αντικυθήρων
Children’s book author Erika Garmpi talks about her adventure book for the middle ages. Come and listen to the story of a mysterious shipwreck! Erika also offers drama play.
Language: Modern Greek
13:00 to 14:00

Tinga Tinga Tales
We read the book Vilken vän of John Kilaka from Tanzania. After fairytale moment we manufacture our own animals by including the colorful African fabrics.
Language Swedish
14:30 to 15:30

Entertainment | Stockholm