Rantu Moni Deka from Pratham Education Foundation sent us the following report of the storytelling session that took place in Kamalpur, Kamrup district, Assam. Rantu likes writing poems and stories. He has already published a book called 'Eta Xopunar Apomrityu'
Session conducted on : 6th September
Number of kids : 70
Number of sessions : 1
Language the session was conducted in : Assamese
Story telling by old age person to the children
Story writing session
Signature by villagers
Takloo - the Little Salt Seller is a beautiful book. The story teaches a lot of concepts to children and illustrations are very attractive and eye catching.
They liked Banbai character most and we saw many smiles on their faces. On that day, they were free to tell or write anything. Thanks Pratham Books for such a good story and giving a smile on children's faces. It was a good experience for me also. I want to organize it again & again.
Thank you for spreading the joy of reading!
In its third edition of the 'One Day - One Story' campaign, Pratham Books was joined by 1300+ storytellers who conducted 1500+ storytelling sessions. More than 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. In 2012, Pratham Books initiated the One Day-One Story initiative on the occasion of International Literacy Day . We will be sharing the stories of all our volunteer storytellers (Pratham Books Champions) through our blog.
View more pictures from the International Literacy Day Celebrations held in 2014.
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.