Feathers Fly at National Simultaneous Storytime
The remarkable “Zelda” (pictured) ruled the roost for awhile at Simultaneous Storytime for the Readers Theatre performance of Feathers for Phoebe by Rod Clement. Children were enthralled by the amazing birds – Zelda who runs the most popular beauty salon in the forest and fabulous Phoebe who added a tail, feathers, wings and a little song and dance to become the bird she thought she wanted to be, and their “bird” friends (pictured). It was great fun and children also enjoyed a game of pin the feather on Phoebe (pictured) and a cupcake morning tea. Three-year-old Olsen made his own mask for the event (pictured) that fitted in with the story beautifully. Thank you to everyone who joined in the entertaining morning.