Alphabet War

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Alphabet War

 

Join us for this special Storytime of The Alphabet War, narrated by LeDerick Horne--a performance poet, an advocate for people with disabilities, and our Outside The Lunchbox Luncheon keynote speaker. As we jump into the pages of The Alphabet War we’ll follow Adam from his first days in Kindergarten, where the teacher wanted him to learn about letters. But “p” looked like “q,” and “b” looked like “d.” We'll follow Adam's journey through 4th grade, when he learned that he could excel in other things and he gained the confidence to take chances with reading. One day he found himself reading a book all by himself!

 

Stay tuned through the end of the reading for a special message from LeDerick Horne about his outlook on reading publicly and how it relates to his performance poetry.

 

To learn more about LeDerick or to purchase tickets for this year’s Outside The Lunchbox Luncheon @Home on October 6th, visit the Outside The Lunchbox page.

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