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Japan With Kids - Forums: Education in Japan: English Library and Story Time
By Michelle Armstrong on Thursday, May 31, 2007 - 4:42 pm:

First off, let me honestly say that I am the Principal of Sesame International Preschool. It is not in any way my intention to blatantly "sell" or "promote" my school. Instead, I sincerely hope to extend an invitation and share a recent "community outreach" program, we have recently launched. Being an expat myself, thirteen years in July, I am very aware of the challenges one faces when raising children over-seas. It is with that in mind that I have recently opened an English Library and Story Time , that we have open to the public and hope to share with the community.@Here in Japan, finding books in English can not only be challenging, in and of itself, but also quite expensive. Because reading is such an integral part of life, I hope to encourage a love of reading to one and all! As I mentioned, these services are free (there is a small registration fee to cover lost and damaged books however) and more details are available on our website as well. We at Sesame sincerely hope to encourage and support families living in Japan and help children make the most of their experiences to reach for the stars in the future!

By Pato on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 12:13 pm:

Introduce Shakespeare to your child!
BBC Shakespeare Animated Tales - Macbeth - Part 1

BBC Shakespeare Animated Tales - A Midsummer Night's Dream - Part 1

BBC Shakespeare Animated Tales - Romeo and Juliet - Part 1

BBC Shakespeare Animated Tales - The Taming of the Shrew - Part 1

BBC Shakespeare Animated Tales - The Tempest - Part 1

and more...

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