Celebrate World Book Day with Philly & Friends! - Free Virtual Storytelling Event

Welcome to World Book Day with Philly & Friends, a FREE, fun-filled online event celebrating the joy of reading!

Join us for a reading of the award-winning children's book "Who Do I See in the Mirror?", written by Philly & Friends' award-winning founder, Vese Aghoghovbia Aladewolu.

Date: Friday, 8th March
Time: 11am
Register: here
Price: Free

Who Do I See in the Mirror? is a simple yet powerful book about a sweet little girl, Philly, who goes through a journey of discovering what makes her truly special. It reminds children to love who they are and that they are much more than their physical appearance.

Get ready to dive into the exciting story and participate in interactive activities. Whether you're a nursery, preschool, parent, or carer looking for a fun literary activity for World Book Day, this event is perfect for all ages but best suited for ages 1-6.

So grab your copy of Who Do I See in the Mirror? cosy up, and let's embark on this reading adventure together!

Award-Winning Recognitions:

    • Best Pre-schooler Book Silver Winner - Junior Design Awards
    • One of the best 15 children's books on diversity - Hello Magazine
    • One of the best kid's books that celebrate diversity - The Independent Indy List
    • One of the most inspiring children's books promoting equality - Smiley News

Additional Information:
Author storytelling sessions are a great way to promote reading for enjoyment and introduce children to new books and amazing authors and illustrators. They can also help develop a love of reading in even the most reluctant readers. Participating in storytelling sessions can support children's literacy and creative writing skills and encourage them to read for pleasure.

Taking place online, this 30-mixture webinar session will include a live presentation from the author, Vese Aghoghovbia, giving children a chance to hear about the book, Who Do I See in the Mirror?  Register here.

PS: Not sure what to wear for World Book Day? Why not go as Philly with this beautiful dress