Literacy Library presents... Picturing our World: The Value of Picturebooks in Developing Reflective Readers
Picturing our World: The Value of Picturebooks in Developing Reflective Readers with Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola
Join us in celebrating the much anticipated launch of author Nathan Bryon and illustrator Dapo Adeola's new book, Clean Up!
Following on from the phenomenal success of their debut Look Up! Nathan and Dapo will share Rocket’s latest adventure with our audience, giving exclusive insights into their creative process and discussing how they have developed a character that has delighted and inspired children and adults alike.
CLPE’s Charlotte Hacking and Farrah Serroukh will share CLPE’s most recent research from both our Power of Pictures and Reflecting Realities Studies, looking at the sophistication and depth of understanding that quality picturebooks can offer to children, how available these are across the primary years and why they are an important part of all children’s reading experience.
This will be followed by a presentation by Nathan and Dapo, where they will share insights into their inspirations, their creative processes and the appeal of picturebooks for them as artists. Participants will be able to submit questions in advance, some of which will be selected for a Q&A segment with Nathan and Dapo at the end of the evening.
About Nathan and Dapo
Nathan Bryon is an award-winning writer and actor who has written for BAFTA award-winning children's TV shows, such as Swashbuckle and Apple Tree House and critically-acclaimed Rastamouse. A rising star in the world of screenwriting, his animated series, Afro Kid, is currently under option. 'Look Up!' is his debut picture book for children.
Dapo Adeola is an illustrator and character designer who creates characters and images that challenge gender norms in a fun and upbeat way. He runs illustration and character design workshops in and out of schools, to help highlight the possibilities of a career in illustration to inner-city children.
Registration will be via Zoom. Please follow the instructions in your confirmation email and ensure that you register well in advance of the event start time.
Date: 29th July 2020
Time: 5.00pm – 6.30pm
The first twenty-five attendees to book will receive a copy of the book.Look Up!.jpg
Illustration from Look Up! by Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeloa (Puffin)