Wednesday, February 24, 2010

L'Aroma & Queen Bee Host a New Children's Book Reading Series Event

What: L'Aroma & Queen Bee Introduce a New Children's Book Reading Series

Bring your kids this Saturday (2/27) to our new book reading series at Upstairs @ L'Aroma in West Newton. At the book readings, we will be reading children's books from different regions of the world. Kids will enjoy samples of desserts from the featured region. This week we will be serving the famous Australian dessert Pavlova at the reading. The dessert is also featured in the book Possum Magic that will be read (see below). All books selected will include exotic animals from Australia and we hope children will enjoy the experience of learning about different cultures through the readings.

When: Saturday, Feburary 27th 3:00p.m.

To attend, please sign up for the event by replying by call 617-630-0006.

Include your name, the ages and names of children that are attending. * The book reading is free. Sign up is required as we have limited space.

Feel Free to contact us with any questions.


L'Aroma & Queen Bee
15 Spencer St
West Newton, MA 02465
Tel: 617-630-0006

Unable to attend, here are a few books your little one might be interested in:

Possum Magic
by Mem Fox

Grandma Poss uses her best bush magic to make Hush invisible. But when Hush longs to be able to see herself again, the two possums must make their way across Australia to find the magic food that will make Hush visible once more.

Edwina the Emu
by Sheena Knowles

In this sequel to the popular Edward the Emu, Edward and his mate Edwina are the proud parents of ten little emu eggs. "Don't get depressed. I'll find a job, you stay on the nest," says Edwina to her stunned mate. And so Edwina sets out to find a job in this lighthearted offering from down under.

Koala Lou
by Mem Fox

When Koala Lou’s mother becomes so busy that she forgets to tell her firstborn how much she loves her, Koala Lou enters the Bush Olympics, intending to win an event and her mother’s love all at one time.

Diary of a Wombat
by Jackie French

In his diary, a wombat describes his life of eating, sleeping, and getting to know some new human neighbors.

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