10 Brilliant Events for Bookbug Week 2018
Bookbug Week is just around the corner (14-20 May)! To help celebrate Bookbug’s Friends, there are lots of free song, story and rhyme events happening across Scotland. You can find out what’s happening in your area by using our event search, but in the meantime, here are just a few of the fantastic events taking place:
Join in a very special Bookbug Session for Bookbug Week. There will be a variety of songs, stories and rhymes in Gaelic, Japanese, German, Czech and English! Everyone will have the chance to learn one song all together in all of the languages!
Rozelle House has invited all of Bookbug's little friends to come out to the park for a fun-filled time! Take in a Bookbug Session before exploring Matisse Magic Garden - tents, a den, mirrors, ribbon weaving and lots of sensory surprises. Then, join us in the gallery to view the Matisse exhibition before creating your very own masterpiece!
Celebrate Bookbug's Friends with a special Bookbug event! Come and join in the fun with Bookbug and friends, Tony Tooth and Koala Chef. In partnership with Health Improvement. Suitable for 0-4.
Join Bookbug for a special Bookbug Week Session inspired by Hans Holbein the Younger's painting, 'A Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling' at the Shetland Museum.
Babies, toddlers and young children are all invited to come along to a special Bookbug Session celebrating friends! Stay to chat, make new friends and borrow books at the end too!
All children aged 0-4 are invited along with their parents and carers to come and celebrate Bookbug Week at Clarkston Hall. Author Lizzie Finnigan will be joining too - get ready for a few surprises!
Granton Library are hosting a special one-off Bookbug STEM Session (science, technology, engineering, maths) with their new friend, Dr Kirsty Ross from Strathclyde University. This is a drop-in event, so pop along at any point between 10.30 and 12.00pm.
Don’t worry if you can’t make it to a special Bookbug event – there are plenty of ways that you and your little ones can join in at home. The most important thing is that everyone has fun celebrating Bookbug’s Friends!