Book launched with a song
WHAT better way to celebrate the National Year of Reading than with song?
And puppets will certainly add to the effect.
Parents and kids have a treat in store this Saturday August 25.
Heidi and Renae from Murwillumbah's best little book store, Heidi's Place have arranged for local author and music therapist Jack O'Leary to visit their shop at 6 Queen St.
Look out for the balloons.
Jack will be bringing his puppets, songs and stories to entertain the children.
Jack's books 'Sing Into School' and 'Sing at School' will soon be joined by 'Sing to the Dentist'.
"I believe music connects the heart to the mind and joy is found in the creative process," he said.
So come and celebrate the National Year of Reading and Reading Hour and then stay for the Banana Festival Parade.
For more information ring 02 66726881.
- Jack O Leary is a music therapist and community worker brought up in the small village of Rathcormac in Ireland.
- He always had a love of music and in particular songs that captured the heart of experience.
- He has committed the last number of years to developing his trade and communicates a love and passion for Ireland through his music.
- Now living on the east coast of Australia, Jack connects to his home shore through his songs and stories.
- Jack has been described as a soulful, honest musician who shows all aspects of himself through his musical dialogue.
- He welcomes people to the heart of music and believes creative expression connects us to our true being .