Please join Amy Tai and me for our fourth Multicultural Children’s Book Club. We host a FREE multicultural children’s picture book virtual book club on the first Thursday of every month from 7 pm to 8 pm EST.
August’s event will be held on August 5th and we are celebrating the Hindu holiday, Raksha Bandhan, using Bracelets for Bina’s Brothers by Rajani LaRocca, illustrated by Chaaya Prabhat.
As always, we will have:
- Book talk
- Art project
- Snack ideas related to our theme
- Surprise guest (popping in at 7:40 pm)
- Giveaway (Featured Book, Chai Tea Time Snacks, Art Project Sample + Art Project Materials)
I am giving away a “Multicultural Children’s Book Club in a Box” which includes Bracelets for Bina’s Brothers and include Indian snacks for a group with the theme of Chai Tea Time to Celebrate Raksha Bandhan.
These snacks were chosen by India’s Welterweight boxing champion, Vaibhav Singh Yadav. He is visiting the United States to train for boxing at my gym and he’s also my boxing trainer during the time that my boxing trainer is at the Tokyo Olympics with the U.S. Boxing National Team.
I tried each of the snacks that Vaibhav recommended and they are really good! Here’s more:
Amy will also give away her sample art project. I hope you will host your own Raksha Bandhan book club celebration! The winner for the Book Club in a Box will be selected from the participants who attended our virtual event.
For those who don’t know Amy Tai, she is a New York City public elementary school art teacher and she’s amazing in both facilitating a Zoom event and in her creative ideas!!
We hope you can join us in August!
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Meeting ID: 879 4768 7278
Multicultural Children’s Book Club
August 6, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
ps. You can view our past events here.
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