The DuPage Children’s Museum invites families to get lost in their own imaginations at the Storybook Festival.
On Saturday, Sept. 26, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., bookworms of all ages are encouraged to attend dressed as their favorite book character and enjoy this outdoor event full of fun, creativity, and adventure.
“We wanted to celebrate this impactful part of lifelong learning with fun activities that will have everyone using their imaginations and thinking together creatively,” explains Cassie Coffey, senior guest experience manager, DuPage Children’s Museum. “Stories and books help us expand our understanding of the world and take our minds on creative adventures. Literacy and language development are fundamental aspects of early childhood development.”
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SOURCE (Daily Herald)