Program description: Join Vancouver Island Regional Library’s Nathalie Jones as she shares a history of children’s literature and tools to support young readers. Nathalie is passionate about early literacy development and loves being an advocate for accessible, fun-filled activities that encourage community and lifelong learning for littles. This presentation is geared towards adults, with considerations for how adults can support early learners.
Program Leader: Nathalie Jones
Nathalie has worked as the Children and Youth Librarian for the Sooke and Port Renfrew branches of Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) for six years, which was preceded by a brief stint at VIRL as the Children’s Librarian for the Campbell River area. Originally from Ontario, she holds a master’s degree in Library and Information Science and an undergraduate degree in Anthropology and Global Studies.
Number of sessions: 1
Dates and time of session: Tuesday, January 23 from 1:30pm – 3:00pm.
Program Location: Sooke Library Multipurpose Room (in-person only).
To register, please make your request to Sooke Region Lifelong Learning by email: email@example.com
Sooke Region Lifelong Learning is a volunteer organization offering educational programs and workshops for older adults in the Sooke region. Based on the Elder College model, we provide stimulating and enjoyable learning environments which address the unique and diverse interests of participants.