Tomorrow a story from Syria with Nadine Kaaran at Wokingham Children’s Book Festival
Since the age of 8, Nadine Kaadan hasn’t stopped writing and illustrating children’s books – she simply knew that it was her calling in life. She started distributing her first children’s magazine to her 5th grade classmates, and 20 years later she is an award winning children’s book author and illustrator, whose mission it is to spread reading culture in the Arab world, in a way that is inspired by Syria’s rich heritage. Her stories sometimes touch on delicate subjects like children with special needs, or like the current troubled situation in the Arab world, and other times they are just plain fun.
Nadine is from Damascus, Syria, now living in London.
‘Tomorrow’ a story from Syria with Nadine Kaadan
Come and hear the story of ‘Tomorrow’ which is about the daily life of a little boy during the Syrian conflict. There will be an art activity after the story reading.
Tickets are £3 per person and must be booked via: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/bookfest/tomorrow-a-story-from-syria-with-nadine-kaadan/e-gqllqa