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Telling Tales @Home features great online programming from some of our featured authors, illustrators and storytellers.
WATCH ON DEMAND Join Tory Woollcott as she walks you through four steps of making a comic.
This session is for teens and adults who have dreams of publishing their own children’s book. We are going to learn from authors and illustrators who have just been published, others that are well established and some who work in the industry. Did you know that there is an organization that exists to help aspiring adults to network and learn the craft from each other and it’s called CANSCAIP. Canadian Society of Children’s Authors, Illustrators and Performers. We have invited the President of Canscaip to moderate this session.
We’re bringing all the fun, fascination and learning from our Imagination Station into your home this year. Join us as we present specially themed workshops to inspire and engage.
Join Joel Sutherland and Angela Misri to learn how to write scary stories! We’ll learn from the best—including an author and librarian who hunts ghosts at night. Watch today’s episode to listen to some beatboxing, make a bat craft and find out who the Twists and Turns Writing Contest winner is. We’ll also announce another Telling Tales contest!
Join Jennifer Maruno and Sylvia McNicoll to learn some writing tips from the masters of mystery! We’ll learn how to structure a story and how to imagine and describe historical settings in which our characters can interact. Enter our contest for the chance to win a book from one of our authors!
Join Tanaz Bhathena, Hamilton Youth Poets and Josh Taylor if you’re interested in becoming a writer. We’ll learn about creating and telling stories using different methods like slam poetry and rap! You can join a live chat and talk about writing with a very accomplished Canadian author – ask her any questions you have about crafting a story. Join our friends at the Art Gallery of Burlington to learn more about self publishing your own book, and create and submit your own rap song or poetry for the chance to win a Telling Tales swag bag!
Join Ruth Ohi, Paul Covello, and Charlene Chua to learn about drawing. We’ll get some tips on how to draw different types of animals and sing a song that will inspire us to draw some winter pictures! You’ll also have a chance to submit your own picture for a chance to win a prize!