We know that storytelling is necessary for developing literacy skills. Storytelling is also a way to build connections between people, teach the value of listening, and to remind ourselves that everyone’s story matters.

The Lost & Found project helps children connect with their own emotions and experiences which will allow them to better understand and engage with their communities.

We’ll also be archiving these stories to help future generations understand what the COVID-19 pandemic was like for Canada’s children and their families.

Meet astronaut and children’s author, Chris Hadfield

Many of the in-person workshops across the country will feature Canadian children’s authors and illustrators as special guests who will be helping children tell their stories in fun, creative ways.

Meet our CEO Ariel Siller

Storytelling is a key part of building literacy skills for children and their families. Kids who participate in storytelling are more likely to develop literacy confidence in school and beyond.