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Transbook Exhibition at Discover Children's Story Centre

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"The rule and the game: a sensory reading lab" To read is to look. You move between word and image and navigate page to page. But a reader can also touch, listen, feel, 'put on' 3D glasses and scroll. Different children's authors from Europe take you and your family on a sensory adventure through different materials, textures, cut paper, inks and transparencies with a fantastic exhibition that invites you to experience books in new and unexpected ways. This exhibition was created by the Transbook European project and brought to London by ELCAF. Discover is open every day 10am-5pm and is five minutes from Stratford's Jubilee Line, Central Line, DLR, Overground, National Rail Services and bus stations. About Transbook: "The rule and the game: a sensory reading lab" is an exhibition designed by the Salon du Livre et de la Presse Jeunesse en Seine-Saint-Denis (France) in the framework of the Transbook European project. Transbook, Children's Literature On the Move initiative to promote the digital transition and internationalisation of the children's publishing industry. It is co-funded for 2014-2018 under the Europe Creative programme of the European Union, in partnership with Europaische Kinder- und Jugendbuchmesse (Saarbrucken, Germany), ART BASICS for CHILDREN (Brussels, Belgium), Tantagora (Barcelona, Spain), Hamelin Culturale Associazione (Bologna, Italy), Nobrow Ltd (London, United Kingdom), Literarne informacne centrum (Bratislava, Slovakia). About ELCAF: ELCAF is the East London Comics & Arts Festival, London's biggest annual festival dedicated to showcasing the best in comics, illustration, sequential art, and storytelling.

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Discover Children's Story Centre

383 - 387 High Street
E15 4QZ
+44 (0)20 8536 5555
Public transport:
Stratford train and bus station: go through the shopping centre onto The Broadway. Turn right, cross at crossing, keep walking right. First left into Chant Street,

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