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One World, Many Stories

Presented in Partnership with the Miami Children’s Museum

Friday, Nov. 21, 9:00 a.m. - Tuesday, Dec. 23, 9:30 a.m., Children’s Alley (Plaza behind Building 1)

One World, Many Stories
Schedule
Friday, Nov. 21, 9:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Free Add to Schedule
Monday, Dec. 22, 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Free Add to Schedule
Tuesday, Dec. 23, 9:30 a.m. - Sunday, Nov. 23, 5:30 p.m. Free Add to Schedule

Friday, Nov. 21

9:00 AM Create a magical mobile and take off on a bilingual flight over New York City with a performance of Abuela.
9:45 AM Listen to the story of Momotarō, or Peach Boy, presented as a Kamishibai play from Japan. Create your own storyboard with watercolors.
10:30 AM Watch a humorous presentation of Strega Nona and her magical pasta pot. Make a diorama of a pasta-filled Italian town square.
11:15 AM Sit around the "campfire" and listen to the story of Knots on a Counting Rope, a Navaho tale of the many ways to see time. Then make a blue horse puppet.
12:00 PM Enjoy the magic of a shadow puppet show based on the story of Young Zeus. Then join in the fun by making your own shadow puppet.
12:45 PM Listen to the story of Momotarō, or Peach Boy, presented as a Kamishibai play from Japan. Create your own storyboard with watercolors.
1:30 PM Watch a humorous presentation of Strega Nona and her magical pasta pot. Make a diorama of a pasta-filled Italian town square.
2:15 PM Watch a shadow puppet performance, and then create a crown inspired by The Monkey King, a superhero tale from China.

Monday, Dec. 22

9:30 AM Create a magical mobile and take off on a bilingual flight over New York City with a performance of Abuela.
10:15 AM Listen to the story of Momotarō, or Peach Boy, presented as a Kamishibai play from Japan. Create your own storyboard with watercolors.
11:00 AM Watch a humorous presentation of Strega Nona and her magical pasta pot. Make a diorama of a pasta-filled Italian town square.
11:45 AM Explore the techniques used in writing Chinese calligraphy. Inspired by The Pet Dragon.
12:30 PM Sit around the "campfire" and listen to the story of Knots on a Counting Rope, a Navaho tale of the many ways to see time. Then make a blue horse puppet.
1:15 PM Enjoy the magic of a shadow puppet show based on the story of Young Zeus. Then join in the fun by making your own shadow puppet.
2:00 PM Create a magical mobile and take off on a bilingual flight over New York City with a performance of Abuela.
2:45 PM Listen to the story of Momotarō, or Peach Boy, presented as a Kamishibai play from Japan. Create your own storyboard with watercolors.
3:30 PM Sit around the "campfire" and listen to the story of Knots on a Counting Rope, a Navaho tale of the many ways to see time. Then make a blue horse puppet.
4:15 PM Watch a humorous presentation of Strega Nona and her magical pasta pot. Make a diorama of a pasta-filled Italian town square.
5:00 PM Watch a shadow puppet performance, and then create a crown inspired by The Monkey King, a superhero tale from China.

Tuesday, Dec. 23

9:30 AM Enjoy the magic of a shadow puppet show based on the story of Young Zeus. Then join in the fun by making your own shadow puppet.
10:15 AM Create a magical mobile and take off on a bilingual flight over New York City with a performance of Abuela.
11:00 AM Listen to the story of Momotarō, or Peach Boy, presented as a Kamishibai play from Japan. Create your own storyboard with watercolors.
11:45 AM Watch a humorous presentation of Strega Nona and her magical pasta pot. Make a diorama of a pasta-filled Italian town square.
12:30 PM Sit around the "campfire" and listen to the story of Knots on a Counting Rope, a Navaho tale of the many ways to see time. Then make a blue horse puppet.
1:15 PM Explore the techniques used in writing Chinese calligraphy. Inspired by The Pet Dragon.
2:00 PM Enjoy the magic of a shadow puppet show based on the story of Young Zeus. Then join in the fun by making your own shadow puppet.
2:45 PM Create a magical mobile and take off on a bilingual flight over New York City with a performance of Abuela.
3:30 PM Listen to the story of Momotarō, or Peach Boy, presented as a Kamishibai play from Japan. Create your own storyboard with watercolors.
4:15 PM Sit around the "campfire" and listen to the story of Knots on a Counting Rope, a Navaho tale of the many ways to see time. Then make a blue horse puppet.
5:00 PM Watch a shadow puppet performance, and then create a crown inspired by The Monkey King, a superhero tale from China.

Location

Miami Book Fair International * Miami Dade College
300 NE Second Ave., Miami, FL 33132
Children’s Alley (Plaza behind Building 1)

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