Children’s stories should go beyond fairy tales and fantasy. Readers should be able to read stories about the “forgotten”—children with special needs who are marginalised, hidden and ignored. In turn, these “forgotten” children should be given the opportunity to read the “same” literature as their “normal” peers. Join this interactive workshop to understand, appreciate and advocate having a stronger voice for children who are often left on the sidelines, and re-examine what normalcy is.
In light of the recent announcements for tightened COVID-19 measures, all in-person workshops will be taking place online and subject to changes in date and time. Registrations are on a first-come-first-served basis.