In this delightful take on a Burmese folktale, watch the power of kindness change the world.
In this delightful take on a Burmese folktale, told by award-winning storyteller Noa Baum and illustrated by renowned ecologist and artist Zev Labinger, watch the power of kindness change the world. Rooted in her Jewish heritage, and focusing on timeless universal values, Noa engages young and old in an interactive conversation about the choices we can make to bring more healing and peace into our world. Noa also shares the process of turning a story told in the oral tradition into a picture book.
This program is made possible by a Maryland State Arts Council grant.
Looking for more fun things to do at MCPL?
Take a look at these resources for kids using your library card.
TumbleBooks - books that read themselves
Kanopy Kids- videos and animated books
BookFlix - animated stories
Explora Educators, Explora Primary School - education resources
Don't have a card right now? No worries! Find out how to Get a Library Card.
People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing should request English-language captioning or sign-language interpretation at least five days before the library-sponsored program they plan to attend. Contact the Assistant Facilities and Accessibility Program Manager at 240-777-0002 with all other accommodation requests.
cm 1.1 01/03/2023
AGE GROUP: | Elementary School Age |
EVENT TYPE: | Performance and Dance |
TAGS: | Official Partnership | Indoor Program |