CCAH Reading Corner: Kaaro Tomi, Good Morning Tomi

Halton Hills Public Library and Cultural Centre

Halton Hills, ON

Digital History & heritage Kids Library Storytelling Writing & literature

Join local Milton author, Abimbola Anifowoshe, in a virtual reading of her book "Kaaro Tomi, Good Morning Tomi". Follow Tomi as he wishes everyone good morning in this Yoruba/English bilingual picture book. With a simple story and beautiful illustrations, this is the perfect book to share with your child to introduce a different language and the concept of saying good morning. Ages 1-6 years.

Sat 23 Oct
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM

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This event is free.

  • Photo courtesy of the  Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton. Photo courtesy of the Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton.
  • Photo courtesy of the  Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton. Photo courtesy of the Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton.

Organized by

Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton

Founded in 1977 as a non-profit organization, the CCAH has since gained charitable status. The CCAH goals are to provide cultural programs grounded in our core values, known as our four pillars: Education, Culture, Community and Harmony. We strive to provide understanding of Caribbean, Black and African cultures through history, art, literature, and music.

Location

9 Church Street

Halton Hills, ON

Event Contact

Madison Carmichael

mcarmichael@haltonhills.ca

Language

English