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The Fringe of the 29th IBBY World Congress

What's happening in the Cape Town area during IBBY in September 2004 All Fringe events open to the public

Wednesday 1 to Saturday 4 September
SOCIETY FOR CHILDREN'S BOOK WRITERS & ILLUSTRATORS (South Africa)
Conference: "Story-telling time in Africa"
Pinelands, Jonker's Hoek, Gordon's Bay
Lectures, workshops, review sessions, social events
Fee: R300
Contact: Marjorie van Heerden / marjorie@grafikon.co.za / (021) 856 0432

Wednesday 8 September
KID'S LIT QUIZ
A book quiz format which originated in New Zealand
Rustenburg Girls Junior School
Fun for participating children and watching adults
Contact: Marj Brown / m.brown@cobwebinfo.co.za / (011) 782 3971

Monday 6 to Saturday 11 September
NATIONAL LIBRARY
Amandla ebali: the power of the story exhibition at the National Library, Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town
An exhibition featuring historical South African children's books in the storytelling tradition.

CENTRE FOR THE BOOK
A collection put together by the Frankfurt Book Fair and the Goethe-Institut (Johannesburg) featuring mostly German books with children's literature, African literature translated into German and German literature translated into South African languages. The National Afrikaans Literary Museum & Research Centre (Bloemfontein) presents a display on the evolution of Afrikaans children's literature. The National English Literary Museum (Grahamstown) offers a display on The Child in the Book focusing on South African children and childhood in contemporary picture-books. at the Centre for the Book, 62 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town Open from 8 am to 4 pm weekdays - Entrance free

BELLVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Exhibition of Illustration from Bologna International Children's Book Fair 2004
Reproductions of some of the outstanding artwork from the latest Bologna Exhibition of Illustration.
At Bellville Public Library, Carel van Aswegen Street, Bellville -
Entrance free

MILNERTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
Canadian Children's Books
A special display from the National Board of the Writers Union of Canada featuring Canadian children's literature in English and French. Many of the books have been awarded the annual Governor-General's Prize. At Milnerton Public Library - Entrance free

HUIS DER NEDERLANDEN
Exhibition of Dutch Children's Books
An exhibition of 87 Dutch and Frisian prize-winning children's books representing modern children's literature. At Huis der Nederlanden, 4 Central Square, Pinelands -
Entrance free

Thursday 9 September: 9 am to 1 pm
HUMOUR SYMPOSIUM
Symposium: Humour in Children's Literature
Centre for the Book
Round tables of international speakers
[Entrance free: booking essential]
Contact: Betsie van der Westhuizen / afnesvdw@puknet.puk.ac.za / (018) 299 1491
At the Centre for the Book, 62 Queen Victoria Street, Cape Town.

BAXTER THEATRE CENTRE

Proudly South African: 100 Representative Children's Books

One hundred representative books from today's South African children's literature, chosen to include all eleven of our official languages and a cross section of age groups, with all our major authors, illustrators and publishers. Sponsored by Yamada Apiculture Centre (Ltd), Japan. At the Baxter Theatre Centre during 6 to 8 September - available to Congress delegates only unless by prior arrangement. After that, this exhibition will tour major public libraries around South Africa.



LitNet: 25 August 2004

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