Sarah Mounsey

Coffee & Conversations with Sarah Mounsey - next Tuesday 3 December @ 8:45

This December we welcome a very special guest. Our very own Sarah Mounsey, Director of Libraries and familiar friendly face at the DCSG Junior School Library. Do RSVP below to book your spot.

Sarah is the author of the Paw Prints series of picture books. She will share her insights on getting published as well as the joy of picture books and reading in general. Perhaps you'd like to ask her how she inspires youngsters to read or how to have a children's book published. Be inspired by one of our own!

Date: Tuesday, 3 December

Time: 8.45am to 9.45am

Location: SS Library Oval Room.

Complimentary snacks and beverages served

Click here to read more about Sarah's books in the lead up to her talk. Sarah will have copies of these books available for sale and signing - a great chance to do some Christmas shopping.

Don't miss our next Coffee & Conversations with an author next Tuesday from 8:45 to . Picture book author, Sarah Mounsey, our Junior School Teacher Librarian and Director of Libraries here at Dulwich, plans to talk about the writing community in Singapore and the steps she went through to publication. She will also spend some time talking about the joy of picture books and reading books for pleasure for all ages.

Sarah will have copies of her books for sale at a reduced price. $10 each or 3 for $25 and 50% of all sales will be donated to Room to Read.

Another successful Coffee & Conversations with an Author, but this time with one of our own. Sarah Mounsey, author of the Purple Paw Print picture book series as well as Director of Libraries and Junior School Teacher Librarian, spoke to us about her experience as an author and what the literary scene is like here in Singapore.

She also took the opportunity to talk about the importance of picture books for all ages, highlighting the wonderful collection we have across our libraries here at DCSG.

With all three DCSG teacher librarians in attendance, it was a great chance to encourage parents to take advantage of the wonderful resource our library offers the College community as a whole and how we can all be partners in deepening the already rich reading culture we enjoy here at Dulwich.