The Tap-Dancing Pigeon and I had a lovely event at Chertsey Library. It was boiling hot and I decided not to wear my pigeon costume. There were some very teeny weeny people which meant that the adults had to join in and be the sounds in the book but it was still a success and another great experience!
In my spare time, I have been busy creating an event for 1 to 4-year-olds! I have written songs that tell the story of
The Tap-Dancing Pigeon of Covent Garde’s journey across London and designed an animated download.
I will let you know when this will be ready!
Here are two song creations for you to listen to 👇 let me know what you think by emailing me at: email@example.com
We had another successful event at a Surrey Library, this time at Molesey Library. Almost sold out! The looks I got walking down the street dressed as Pigeon were hilarious! Remember to turn up your sound!
Pigeon and I have been busy with events! We were invited to Walton Library on 5th March to do our event and were happy to find 18 happy faces ready to become the sounds in The Tap-Dancing Pigeon of Covent Garden!
See jolly photos below:
The Tap-Dancing Pigeon and I were invited to Shrewsbury House pre-prep school for our interactive storytelling, eco-craft making, and ventriloquism session! The children were aged from reception class to year 2. Their enthusiasm was fantastic. Even the smallest and youngest volunteered to direct the rest of the school by holding up the sound prompts. I was very impressed!
Here is a video 👇 Remember to turn up your sound!
Pigeon and I were invited to do our interactive storytelling and for a book signing at Waterstones in Walton. As always, even though I know the words off by heart, I always think it’s best to practice every day before an event, because practice makes progress and gives one confidence on the day. I like to be very energetic and expressive when I perform my storytelling of http://Book Link: https://www.amazon.com/Tap-Dancing-Pigeon-Covent-Garden/dp/1912892197
This event was a little different to the Nature & Climate festival because I was there for 2 hours and only did my storytelling when there was enough children to create some atmosphere for their part as the narrators of the sounds in the book!
I thoroughly enjoyed myself and by the third time of performing Pigeon’s book I had almost lost my voice!
Here are some designs to celebrate the day!
I loved designing these promotions, I think I love Canva as much as I love writing! Here are the designs from the event:
I’m on a mission to engage children everywhere to apply their creative imagination to the environment.
I want to inspire children to see how their immediate actions can impact the planet for better or worse. After all, our children are the makers of tomorrow and I would like to excite them to become eco-warriors in their own little ways!
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I thoroughly enjoyed our environmental event supporting the Nature & Climate Festival on Sunday 25th September. It was sold out. The children became the narrators and performers in The Tap-Dancing Pigeon of Covent Garden followed by creating their very own Eco Pigeon Vibe, with eco messages inside to help the children realise that they are the future of our planet.
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