The Embassy of Sweden is fortunate to present the Swedish Reading Ambassador and the Head of the Stockholm Room for Children, an interactive library/arts center at a work shop about children and reading in House of Sweden on November 3. We hope you will be able to attend. Please feel free to share the invitation with people in your network that might be interested in attending.
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Elijah, the first child born in a settlement of former slaves in Canada, finds his uneventful life disrupted when he attempts to locate the corrupt preacher who has stolen funds intended to purchase a family’s freedom.
Twelve-year-old Omakayas reaches puberty, travels north toward others of her Ojibwe tribe, and endures a starving time in this third story in The Birchbark House series which also features pencil sketches by the author.
Deaf and blind from the age of three, Laura Bridgman's education in the 1840's laid the foundation for Helen Keller's successes some 50 years later. One of the co-authors of this fascinating biography is blind and partially deaf herself.