CT Humanities’ fall/winter Book Voyagers programs are scheduled at public libraries across Connecticut, and we are seeking additional facilitators as we plan future programs.
Click here to see the 10 Book Voyagers events happening in November and December 2023.
Interested in learning more about being a Book Voyagers facilitator? Email us.
Book Voyagers programs are designed to promote the joy of reading and encourage families to create literature-rich home environments. Our experienced program facilitators work with libraries, schools and other community organizations to help parents and children build reading skills and bring stories to life. We use a variety of different program formats, including discussion circles, storytelling, and interactive workshops to immerse the whole family in compelling learning experiences. Hands on activities, like dramatic readings, theater games and writing and drawing exercises offer new ways for participants to connect with the written word. Book Voyagers helps families grow their home libraries, as participants receive copies of each book to keep and enjoy again and again for even more reading fun! Learn more online here.
We are able to bring facilitators and books into some of Connecticut’s lowest-performing school districts thanks to generous support of funders and donors like the Scripps Family Fund for Education and Arts and Katherine Raia.