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Teacher Twilight Streaming: In Conversation with Laura Henry-Allain MBE

Online Event: Live stream

Reading the World Through Picture Books: A new series of events aimed at teachers and professionals working in the Early Years Foundation Stage that explores the essential role of picture books and children’s literature in developing ideas of self and the world in children.

A live stream of the latest in our series of teacher twilight sessions. Join Laura Henry-Allain MBE as we explore representation in the classroom and how early years teachers and practitioners can promote anti-racism and share stories that reflect everyone.

"What an honour to be invited to the Story Museum. It’s so important that every child can see themselves, and others who may not look like them, in a wide range of picture books. I am passionate about ensuring that I share stories that will inspire and impact every child irrespective of their background and where they live. Let us confirm our similarities and celebrate our differences."
Laura Henry-Allain MBE

Laura Henry-Allain MBE is an award-winning international producer, storyteller, educationalist and consultant. She is the creator of the well-loved JoJo and Gran Gran series, developed and produced by CBeebies and is the series’ associate producer. She is also executive producer on a few shows that are currently in development, including Daddio & Co. Her bestselling children's book, My Skin, Your Skin, illustrated by Onyinye Iwu, explores race and racism, and empowers children to be the best versions of themselves. Laura has a number of books that will be published in 2023 and 2024.

(The live event in the Woodshed Theatre at The Story Museum in Oxford starts at 17:00 with a model picture book reading in our Small Worlds Gallery. To book tickets for the live event click here)