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Photos from World Read Aloud Day

Back on Wednesday, March 4th, CWILL BC members took part in two WRAD events: one at Richmond Public Library and the other at Christianne’s Lyceum . Participants included Lori Sherritt-Fleming, Tiffany Stone, Rie Charles, Silvana Goldemberg, Cindy Heinrichs, Duane Lawrence, Janet … Continue reading

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This event is the first for Canada. So whether child or adult, put on the pjs and get the ultimate bedtime story read. Here’s the pdf file of the poster. Please pass it along. WRAD poster 11×17

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Animated trailer for CWILL BC event

CWILL BC poets Robert Heidbreder and Tiffany Stone will be presenting at a joint Roundtable and CWILL BC event called Poetry Please on November 22, 2013. I made this animated video using the art of illustrator Lori Joy Smith (with … Continue reading

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CWILL BC and Books For Me!

CWILL BC has recently partnered with Books for Me!, a charity which collects books from schools, families, community, and business organizations and distributes these books to children who need them. In early January, Books for Me! was able to bring … Continue reading

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In the Spotlight

April is National Poetry Month and it’s going to be a busy one for children’s poet Tiffany Stone. Thanks to an Artstarts grant, she will be an Artist in the Classroom at Highlands Elementary School in North Vancouver for the … Continue reading

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