Monday, May 24, 2021

Animal Antics available this summer & Mothers of Invention coming soon

Looking to add in-person programming to your Summer Reading Program now that the CDC has relaxed its guidelines?

Storyteller Carol Simon Levin will have your kids buzzing and clucking, huffing and puffing and portraying all kinds of critters in her program Animal Antics— stories and songs for the young and young at heart!

Carol Simon Levin and kids perform Raffi's song "Cluck Cluck Red Hen"

Carol and friends acting out “Cluck Cluck Red Hen.” (This photo was taken in pre-pandemic times, we expect kids will be wearing masks this summer.)


Click here to see more of Carol’s in-person or virtual programs for 

children. 

(www.carolsimonlevin.blogspot.com) 

Carol Simon Levin portrays the Montclair NJ mother of 12 and motion study pioneer Lillian Gilbreth who was known as “Mother of the Year” (1957), “Mother of Modern Management” and “the greatest woman engineer in the world” and share the stories of other similarly overlooked women innovators – mothers of invention whose accomplishments were all too often  shunted, discounted or credited to others.

Carol also offers portrayals of “fascinating women history forgot” for adults, as 

well as hands-on 

versions 

 for families.  Coming soon: “Mothers of Invention.” Click here for more info on 

her 

historical programs 

(www.tellingherstories.com)


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