Once upon a time there was a tapir named Tony who lived in the Evergreen Forest with his family. Together with his wife, Tina, they shared a cozy home with their two lovely daughters, Tara and Topsy. One day a mysterious crime disturbs the peacefulness of the forest sending everyone into a frenzy. Just who is this sinister culprit?
Journey into the heart of jungle with Tony Tapir and his friends on their adventure to find out the answer through an engaging storytelling session by the author, Patricia G.I. Chew. Get inspired and write your script and then star in your own story. Discover your creativity when you build your own crafts projects to take home. Join us on this journey and uncover the beauty of books designed to boost the confidence, literacy and creativity of young children aged 6 – 9 years old
3 Coleman Street, #04-36 Peninsula Shopping Centre
Cost: $20 (usually $40 per class)
Age: 6 to 9 year olds
Dates: 21, 28 March, 4, 18, 25 April, 2, 9, 16 May 2015
Save $40 when you enrol for all 8, as individual classes cost $40.
Inclusive of materials and one autographed copy of “Tony Tapir and Friends” by the writer, Patricia G.I. Chew.
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About Tony Tapir and friends
United by the threat of a common foe, Tony Tapir galvanises his forest friends to defeat the common foe. Through delightful rhymes and songs the author paints a vivd picture of the exotic flora/fauna found in Asia which are just as endangered as the tapirs and Javan rhinoceroses, due to deforestation. This is a delightful tale which weaves in timeless values such as integrity, loyalty, faith, hope and love.
About Patricia G.I. Chew
Patricia G.I. Chew is the author of Tony Tapir and Friends. Formerly trained as a solicitor in England and Wales and qualified as an Advocate & Solicitor in Singapore, she now devotes her time to writing children’s books. This passion for writing was inherited from her late father, Commendatore Dr. David Chew who authored many books on banking in the 1970s in Singapore.
When: 21 Mar - 16 May 2015, 10.30am - 12pm
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