‘One Day, One Story’ organized by PNLIT, Snehadhara Foundation and Pratham Books
The art of storytelling has the power to teleport people in myriad different ways across towns and cities, history and time, worlds and galaxies! All it takes is a listening ear and a committed storyteller to weave their magic and watch what unfurls. We at Snehadhara Foundation are proud and grateful to say that we get to experience this every single day with our children, and would love nothing more than to spread the happiness this brings us as far and wide as we can.
To that end, we have been partnering with Pratham Books and PNLIT since 2013 and participating at the ‘One Day, One Story’ event hosted annually on International Literacy Day, September 8th. Usually, the event took place at the beautiful Puttenahalli Lake, swarmed with little eager beavers awaiting captivating stories that would enchant the venue. However, due to the pandemic, the event moved online. That didn’t stop us one bit from having a jolly good time! We certainly had loads of fun; howling with laughter at T.Sundari’s antics in the story ‘The Girl Who Could Not Stop Laughing’, and equipping ourselves with techniques to calm ourselves along with Akku in the story ‘Angry Akku’. This year is going to feature an online event as well and we’re hoping to see you all and your family, friends, neighbours, and anyone you’d like to invite, at our session, where we have 2 super cute stories to narrate for you – ‘Beauty is Missing’, and ‘Croak’. Already excited? Great! That’s what we want to hear! Register now!