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Saturday, 7 September 2013

Pratham Books Champion : Arthi Anand

This International Literacy Day, Pratham Books has taken a 1000 steps towards a 'Reading India'

What started as a small step by Pratham Books to spread the joy of reading has become a movement. Last year Pratham Books initiated the One Day-One Story initiative on the occasion of International Literacy Day and we conducted over 250 storytelling sessions. This year we are delighted that over a 1000 sessions are happening across the length and breadth of the country.We will be sharing the stories of all our champions through our blog.

Arthi Anand shared pictures from the 2 storytelling sessions she conducted. A lover of stories, a Tulika author, a weekend story teller ( Art's Tales) , a Saffrontree reviewer, this mom of two ensures she gets her fill of stories and shares the joy they bring. She also blogs at http://artstales.blogspot.in and
http://abouttimenow.blogspot.in.

Her 1st storytelling was conducted at her apartment.

She said : Kids came all bright and alert as did some moms for an 8.30 AM story session- Hurray to the Power of stories!!























Arthi's second storytelling session was at Ananda Vidyalaya. From Arthi's blog:
Had great fun doing this session twice.
Once in English to a privileged set of kids and once in English with a smattering of Tamil & Hindi to an equally eager but less exposed set of children

Cannot believe I have been going to AV for the last one year- it all began with a Pratham Champion session in 2012.




















Thank you Arthi  for spreading the joy of reading!

View more pictures from the International Literacy Day Celebrations.

This blog contains stories sent in by all our champions. Browse through the blog for more stories. You can also go through the tags on the right side of the blog to find stories happening in your own city.

Note : If any of you want to be a Pratham Books Champion and join us on our journey of getting 'a book in every child's hand', write to us at web(at)prathambooks(dot)org.

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