[Read! Fest 2018] Book Jam with Eva Wong Nava

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Children
  • Category: Children, Read, Singapore & S.E.A
Availability: 25
Sat, 14 Jul, 2018, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (GMT+8)

Central Public Library

Programme Zone

100 Victoria Street, National Library Board, Singapore 188064


  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Children

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Read! Fest is back for the 5th year running! NLB’s annual literary festival continues to celebrate the joy of reading, this year dedicated to The Pursuit of Happiness. Find your happiness through the many programmes lined up from 22 Jun – 28 Jul. ​To find out more about Read! Fest 2018, visit www.nationalreadingmovement.sg.


Meet Eva Wong Nava, as she reads and performs from her book Open- A Boy’s Wayang Adventure. 

Open is a 10-year old boy with a curiosity for life and the things that happen around him. He is on the autism spectrum, loves to draw and is especially good at drawing monkeys. When his class is chosen to put up a Chinese Opera based on Journey to the West, Open must find it in himself to overcome his obstacles. Along the way, he makes a friend who loves and accepts him for who he is. 

During the session, participants will be sharing and discussing what they understand to be special needs in their families, schools and communities, and why autism is a special need. This is followed by why they think acceptance, tolerance and inclusion are so important in our communities.

This programme is suitable for children aged 7 - 12 years old.

About the author
Eva holds a degree in English Literature and Language and a certificate in Art Writing. She holds a M.A. in Art History and has taught children and adults to write for communication and play. She is the founder of CarpeArte Journal, an online space, which publishes works of flash fiction.  Eva’s flash fiction have appeared in various places and her writing on art have been published in international art journals.

Should you be unable to attend this programme, please release your slot using the ‘self-cancellation’ function in the automated email. This will free up the slot for another person. There is no waitlist for this programme.
 

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