Winners get an opportunity to meet and learn from the most loved author, Mr. Ruskin Bond at Landour, Mussoorie
Pune, June 17th – June 25th, 2017: Landmark is back with their annual storytelling initiative, ‘Child reading to Child’ that provides a platform for young avid readers and storytellers to hone their narrative skills.
The art of storytelling lends numerous benefits to children; development of feelings and emotions, learning about a variety of cultures and lends the art of effective listening.
In its third year the initiative, gives children a chance to take in a robust whiff of the mountains and meet India’s very own William Wordsworth at his residence in Mussoorie, Landour, to experience the magic of reading!
About ‘Child Reading to Child’ initiative with Scholastic India & Ruskin Bond
Landmark in association with Scholastic will be conducting auditions in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai and Vashi. 5 winners will get the golden opportunity to travel and meet Ruskin Bond at his residence to learn the art of storytelling from the master himself.
Details of the competition
The storytelling competition is for children between 6yrs to 14yrs of age. Children will be judged by renowned authors who are a part of the panel. With multiple titles in partnership with Scholastic books for the activity, participating kids can select any one of the titles, from which they read out a story on the activity day, to other children.
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