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2117 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037
Join us as we read "Harry the Carousel Horse" by Karin Tetlow. This is a rare children's story that talks about emotions and the idea that we can have control over how we feel. Harry lives on a carousel on the Mall. He is unhappy because no children want to ride him and goes on a dream journey to find out why. On the way he meets different horses and finally finds Will, who helps him change how he feels. Will is an ancient horse who finds happiness by looking down on beautiful and mysterious crop circles. The book concludes with a Real Life Notes page with photographs of the horses, characters and places that inspired the story. They include the carousel horses on the Mall in Washington D.C., the bright gold statue of Joan of Arc in Philadelphia, a Medicine Hat horse belonging to a riding therapy program for disabled children, a beloved rocking horse ridden by a Philadelphia child, and the Alton Barnes white horse carved on an Wiltshire hillside near Stonehenge, England. Wiltshire is the most active area in the world for crop circles. For children ages 3 to 7 years old. As part of our Carousel 100th Anniversary celebration, we hope you and your little ones will join us each month from April through September for Carousel Story Time on Saturday mornings. We will present six stories that feature wonderful tales of carousels. Watch Carousel Story Time on our website. Story Time is present in collaboration with the Puppet Co. RSVP preferred, but not required.
  • Start:July 17, 2021
  • End:July 17, 2021
  • Recurring
  • Where:Glen Echo Park, 7300 Macarthur Boulevard,, Not found, Not found, Not found, 20812
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  • Event Type: Other
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