Archive: Imprint season 14 episode 26

Imprint

On this show: a salute to the unsung heroes of children's literature: book illustrators. The story features Ontario's Ruth Ohi, & Michael Martchenko, two veterans who make kids' books sing. Ontario's Kate Taylor, renowned theatre critic at The Globe and Mail has turned her pen to fiction. Host Tina Srebotnjak talks to Kate about her debut novel called Madame Proust and the Kosher Kitchen. How do you get kids pumped up about reading? Have their favourite sports heroes show them how cool it is. A look at the Read to Achieve Literacy Program sponsored by the Toronto Raptors.
Aired:
Sep 08, 2003
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