Special guest at Cohuna Story Time session
Published on 19 April 2021
The Gannawarra Library Service is pleased to host former Cohuna resident and children’s author/illustrator, Sarah Hill at its weekly Cohuna Story Time session on Tuesday, 27 April.
Mrs Hill will read her new book, When the Smiles Went Missing, during this special session, occurring at the Cohuna Library Branch from 10.30am
“The Gannawarra Library Service is pleased to welcome Sarah back to Cohuna and thanks her for the opportunity for families to hear her read her new book,” Gannawarra Shire Council Acting Chief Executive Officer, Stacy Williams said.
“When the Smiles Went Missing focuses on the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of her son, Nate, and has grown from what was meant to be a family keepsake to a popular book that captures a time we will not forget.”
Copies of When the Smiles Went Missing will be available for purchase on the day, with cash purchases accepted.
“Those attending will be required to adhere to the various COVIDsafe measures in place. These include providing contact details upon arrival and socially distancing,” Mrs Williams said.
“Most importantly, if you are not well on the day of the event, please stay at home.”
For more information regarding Gannawarra Library Service’s various programs, please visit www.gsc.vic.gov.au/libraries