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Children's storytelling workshop with Nat Amoore

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Learn how to turn an idea into a story with author Nat Amoore!

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What would you do if you found one million dollars in your backyard?!

Well Nat Amoore has some wacky ideas, and turned them into her book Secrets of a Schoolyard Millionaire. These school holidays come and spend some time with Nat, who also wrote The Power of Positive Pranking, in our free online workshops!

Hilarious and energetic, Nat can take the simplest idea and turn it into something completely quirky and unique. Nat will share her neat tricks for coming up with ideas when you have ‘no idea’, thinking outside the box, how to grow an idea into a story, and acting out ‘spontaneous stories’. Come and say hello!

Nat will be running two seperate live workshops, the first suitable for 5–8 year olds and second suitable for 9-12 year olds. They both require paper and pencils. Parents and guardians are welcome to join children and participate in the fun!

Zoom live workshops are supported by Gandel Philanthropy.

The Pauline Gandel Children’s Quarter, supported by Gandel Philanthropy, is a purpose-built space for children and families to read, learn and play, with an associated program of activities.


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State Library Victoria is Australia’s oldest public library and a beautiful heritage building located in the heart of Melbourne. The Library’s distinctive spaces, from the 19th-century Ian Potter Queen’s Hall, to the contemporary theatrette are host to a diverse range of vibrant programming for all ages. Boasting beautiful surrounds, the Library is a welcoming place to languish on the lawn, play a game of giant chess or take in a pop-up event on the forecourt. Free exhibitions line the balconies of the majestic domed reading room; see Ned Kelly's armour and Jerilderie letter, Burke and Wills relics and a host of other treasures.

Enjoy books, music, newspapers, and free wi-fi and lockers.

Open daily, with a cafe and bookshop onsite. 


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