Literacy in the Park
Over the past 14 years, Literacy in the Park has featured many well-known children’s authors. This year we are excited to have award-winning author Grace Lin.
Literacy in the Park celebrates the importance of literacy in our lives--using language to make meaning of the world around us. Children and families have the opportunity to engage in hands-on learning activities around reading, writing, art, music, computer coding, language and culture, financial literacy, health & nutrition, physical education, pet therapy, science and nature, and many other forms of literacy that can be found in our lives and communities.
FREE FAMILY EVENT
- Engage an arena full of literacy-based activities for the entire family
- Fill a goody bag with a Grace Lin book and many other take-aways
- New exciting booths, activities, and entertainment
- Prizes, crafts, and free healthy snacks
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
- 10:00am Doors Open
- 10:30am Grace Lin Presentation
- 11:30am Student Author Awards
- 12:30pm Grace Lin Presentation
- 1:30pm Meet the Author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Grace Lin is a Newbery and Caldecott author and illustrator of more than a dozen picture books, including “The Ugly Vegetables” and “Dim Sum for Everyone!” Most recently, Grace’s first children’s novel “The Year of the Dog” was released with glowing praise. While most of Grace’s books are about the Asian-American experience, she believes, “Books erase bias—they make the uncommon everyday, and the mundane exotic. A book makes all cultures universal.” See more about Grace and her work.
To individuals with disabilities, please indicate if you need special services, assistance or appropriate modifications to fully participate in this event by contacting Accessibility Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-372-8495. Please notify us prior to the event.