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Canadian Book Reading for Children

"Caramba"

2015 has been proclaimed the Year of Sport in Canada, and Japanese athletes will be among those participating in the 60 international sporting events held in Canada this year. This includes the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015, where defending champions Nadeshiko Japan captured second place earlier this month.

The sporting spirit will be on display with at this month's Book Reading of "Caramba". Every single cat in the world can fly, except Caramba. He tries very hard but always fails. But he can do something other cats cannot. What is his special talent? Award-winning author and illustrator Marie-Louise Gay, best known for her "Stella" and "Sam" books, brings us an endearing character in Caramba.


Book information:

Title: "Caramba"
Author/Illustrator: Marie-Louise Gay
Publisher: Groundwood Books (2005/8/9)


Date & hours: Wednesday, July 22, 2015 (16:30 – 17:30)

Place: Embassy of Canada E.H. Norman Library (B2 level)

Age limit: 4 to 10 years

Language: English/Japanese

Capacity: 25 children, plus their parents/guardians

Participation: Free of charge

  • Individual reservations should be made by fax to 03-5412-6287 or by e-mail, indicating the names of participants and ages of children in your message.
  • Reservations will be closed when we reach maximum enrolment.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Visitor access to the Embassy of Canada requires photo identification.

 

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Date Modified:
2015-07-16