Sharing a Queen's Vision
'Greatness lives in me'
Students throughout the Greater Philadelphia area listened to the story of "Aria's Crown."
Afterward, they made paper crowns of their own, decorating them with labels describing who they are: Smart. Strong. Beautiful. Queen. Tiger. Good reader. Friend.
The reading sessions are part of the Library Café program sponsored by the West Philadelphia Alliance for Children (WePAC).
Through donations and volunteers, the nonprofit group has reopened libraries in 13 Philadelphia elementary schools.
James Rhoads Elementary School
Edward Heston Public School
Morton McMichael Public School
Queen-A reads "Aria's Crown," now available @ Amazon.com.
Queen-A and Aria
Queen-A and Aria pose after reading "Aria's Crown" to second graders at Westtown School.
Queen for me and A for Aria
Queen-A and Aria share a moment at Westtown School.
So many questions...
Queen-A answers questions from Westtown School second graders.
Queen-A explains to students that the caterpillars and tadpoles used for props were made out of gummies.