Dec-08 Sydney: Book reading for children

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Unlikely Friends: Book reading with Susan Banki (author) & Josh McConnell (illustrator). The book is suitable for children aged 2-6 and this is a free event for children and their families.

When choosing a friend, look for kindness and laughter. You’ll find that your life’s full of joy ever after. A baby rhino and a billy goat form an unlikely friendship. Working together they overcome adversity and the scorn of their animal peers. Their friendship eventually is put to the test as they use their unique skills to help each other, and the other animals, get to safety when a flood washes their homes away. Inspired by a true story of unlikely animal friends, this story shows young readers how unlikely friends can be the best friends of all.

With a soothing and smooth rhyme, parents can read to kids over and over again, Unlikely Friends is a timeless story of friendship to inspire every child.

It is a sad fact that animals often befriend animals of other species because they are orphaned, which can occur as a result of poaching and loss of natural habitat. As a small part in trying to help slow this unfortunate trend, a portion of all book royalties will be donated to wildlife conservation.


Sunday 8 December from 4pm-5:30pm, Emanuel Synagogue


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