A Special Story Telling – Save the Date – 12th Sep 2015

PNLIT invites you to celebrate International Literacy Day with “The Boy and the Drum” an engaging folk tale chosen especially for this year’s event by Pratham Books. The book, adapted from a folktale by Umesh PN and beautifully illustrated by Rajiv Eipe is different because it is written in a way that can be performed as a play or read as a story. Meet Umesh the writer here.

Geetu and her Snehadhara team are gearing up to tell the tale at Puttenahalli Lake. Will it be a play? Will it be a story? Find out for yourselves at the story telling session.
 
Date: Saturday, 12th September 2015 
Time: 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 
Place: The gazebo, Puttenahalli Lake, JP Nagar 7th Phase  
Entry free. Adults and children of all ages welcome! 
 
Note: International Literacy Day is observed on 8th September every year, by the United Nations’ member countries. Our event is being held on 12th September 2015 to enable more people to attend. 

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