Come and be part of the fun at National Simultaneous Storytime
Join thousands of children Australia-wide for this year’s National Simultaneous Storytime.
Every year a picture book, written and illustrated by an Australian author and illustrator, is read simultaneously in libraries, schools, pre-schools, childcare centres, family homes, bookshops and many other places Australia wide.
The 2016 National Simultaneous Storytime book is I Got This Hat
The 2016 National Simultaneous Storytime book is I Got This Hat, written by Jol and Kate Templer and illustrated by Jon Foyer.
I got this hat in China. I got this hat from a miner. I got this hat from a deep-sea diver. I got this hat from a racing-car driver… Hats. Only the headless dislike them. Everyone else loves wearing them! In this fun title we take a peek at the world around us through the playful medium of hats.
This year National Simultaneous Storytime takes place on Wednesday 25 May at 11am (AEST) and everyone is invited to join in by sharing I Got This Hat with young readers.
How you can join this year’s National Simultaneous Storytime
Everyone can join in. You can register to participate for free and there are some great activities and resources available to support your National Simultaneous Storytime event, e.g.:
- a free mobile app where you can create your own ridiculous hats
- pirate hat template
- songs, rhymes and activity ideas
For more information about this event visit the National Simultaneous Storytime webpage.
National Simultaneous Storytime session at Westfield West Lakes
City of Charles Sturt are celebrating National Simultaneous Storytime with a special Storytime session at Westfield West Lakes (upstairs near Reading Cinemas West Lakes) at 11am. They will also be reading the book, I Got This Hat at their regular Storytime session at Civic Library – Woodville at 10.30am.
What: National Simultaneous Storytime
When: Wednesday 25 May 2016 | 11am
Where: National Event | various locations including Westfield West Lakes (see above)
Who: 3+ years
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Images from National Simultaneous Storytime webpage
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