Raise-a-Reader with Harman Pandher at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House

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Literacy Now is honoured to have Harman Pandher’s illustrated children’s book, Gurpreet Goes to Gurdwara: Understanding the Sikh Place of Worship at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House!

Harman, himself a former member of the board of directors of BNH, came back as a visiting author to do 3 live virtual readings made possible through the Raise a Reader initiative. The local Burnaby author’s book provided students insights into Sikh faith and culture in Canada.

The readings were accompanied live by traditional Indian music, and a few lucky young readers won copies of the book to take home and enjoy with their families. Thanks to all for their commitment in making these very special events happening!

Pictures (clockwise from top-left):

  • Local Burnaby author Harman Pandher presenting a signed copy of his book to BNH executive director Antonia Beck.
  • Harman at the virtual reading from his illustrated book.
  • Students listening attentively to Gurpreet’s story.
  • The Harmonium and Tabla created a wonderful ambience for the readings.