by Rana Alakis
inCite – 1 April 2009

The article focuses on the Bilingual Storytimes sessions offered at Hume Libraries and in community settings in Victoria including playgrounds, childcare centres and schools. It relates how storytelling programs become successful in engaging with community and inculcating to children regarding their culture. Anna Boland, community literacy and engagement officer, said the program conveys to people how their language and culture are valued while developing English speaking skills among children.

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