For many of us, picture books are what first sparked a lifelong joy for reading and crafting stories. From Max's wild rumpus to Sam-I-am's obsession with green eggs and ham, these books stay in our hearts long after the last page has been read. In this bilingual workshop, we'll revisit our favorite children's books through the eyes of a writer and illustrator, getting to the bottom of what makes some books so memorable. Then we'll develop and write our own books - mapping out characters, plot and narration. We'll consider pacing, illustrations, and what special details we can add to keep readers coming back again and again.

You can create a story from scratch, explore a cultural children's story that has been shared with you, or dive into a timeless fairy tale, transforming it into a fascinating page-turner that's all your own.

Weekday & Time
  • Thursdays
  • 4-6pm
Dates
  • 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28
  • 4/4, 4/11, 4/18
  • 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23
  • Reading - 6/8
Ages
8-11
Class Size
14
Location

178 Bennett Ave., NYC 10040

Your Teacher

Dorkys Ramos