Tresure story box (2016)
Edited by storytellers from Story Hub, contents include:

1.Tips on storytelling to children

2.How to choose suitable picture books

3.Books recommendation for children

4.Artworks demonstration related to stories

Suitable for new parents and book lovers.

New Experience on Storytelling

Since 2008, HAC has been working closely with primary schools via storytelling training workshops. Trained parents of the workshops were encouraged to become volunteers and help to design related story programmes for these schools. At the same time, we also launched pair-reading programmes for children aged 3 to 6 in Storyland with the help of adult volunteers. Together with Hong Kong Baptist University, we conducted a research for the above mentioned programmes and published the booklet "New Experience on Storytelling”.

In the second part of the booklet, a collection of creative storytelling activities held in HAC were shown, providing useful and practical tips and techniques for teachers, social workers and parents.

Little Links, Unlimited Dreams (2013)

With the generous support from Societe Generale and Partnership Fund for the Disadvantaged of Social Welfare Department, "Little Links, Unlimited Dreams” (Phase 2) has been completed successfully. 1,500 attendances from six secondary schools and special schools benefited from creative storytelling projects. In order to share practical experience on planning and implementation of the project, a new booklet (in Chinese only) was published. It is hoped that the booklet can inspire teachers and social workers in related fields on planning creative story activities.

Reading Harvest

Storyland collected the valuable experience gained from 2008 to 2011 thought the storytelling training and creative reading carnivals in schools. Lovers of books and children were working hard on spreading the seeds of reading in the community.
 

The impact of paired reading programmes on child development (04-2011)

In October 2010, HAC invited the Centre for Child Development of Hong Kong Baptist University to conduct a research on "the impact of paired reading programmes on child development". The result was release in April 2011.
 

Storytelling enhances parent-child relationship

Early 2010, HAC conducted a survey on 'the impact of storytelling activities in building parent-child relationship in Hong Kong'. The result was released in '2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development' in June 2010.

Play Through Hong Kong (Special Edition)


As the book "Play through Hong Kong" published in early 2009 received positive reactive from the public, HAC decided to launch a special edition of the book by the end of 2009. Tips on how to go out on a low budget will also be included in the new edition. Special thanks to those families who supplied their photos and suggestions on characteristic places in Hong Kong.

Be a Cartoonist 2009 – Little Artists

Creative 4-coloum cartoon stories from children were collected in this book, through their cartoons you can experience the lovely and funny world of children.

 

 
 

Be a Cartoonist 2009 – Parents and Children

Using their own imagination, lines and colour, children recorded the precious moment they shared with their parents.
 

Stories of Love (2009)

How do children view "love"? How can parents express love for their children? Our book "Stories of Love" might give you some inspiration. Storyland has collected over 50 original stories written by children based on the theme of love, and matched each story with creative parent-child activities. This book is the collective effort of our centre's Storytelling Ambassadors and volunteers; we hope you can also feel their love for storytelling as you read.
 

Fairy Kiddo (2006)

Collaborated with NWS Volunteers Alliance, HAC organized "Fiary Kiddo" workshops for children. Workshops provided 30 children with writing and drama performance skills. Both volunteers and children shared the joy of reading and storytelling, this book recorded the memorable moments among them.

 

 
 
 
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