Gakavig Children’s Magazine Launches Storytelling Programs

GLENDALE, CA–Gakavig Children’s Magazine this weekend launched its series of children’s storytelling programs. The first storytelling event was held on Sunday April 25 at the Borders Bookstore in Glendale. The next reading will be on May 1st at the Sardarabad Bookstore at 1pm.

The announcement came as the newly launched publication released it’s third volume.

Storytellings will be in both Armenian and English and will include audience participation. Children’s will also have a chance to explore their creativity through  arts and crafts.

“Emerging and nurturing children’s imagination is one of the major elements of child education,” explained Gakavig Managing Editor, Juliette Davitian.

“Stories, traditional fairy tales or more contemporary children’s literatures, can bring a magical experience, joy, surprise, enchantment even horror to the innocent and gentle soul of a child,” she added.

Davitian says among the publication’s primary objectives is to present today’s children with the “magnificence and uniqueness of the jewels of Armenian traditional literature.  It is important, she added, for Gakavig to be part of the education of contemporary Armenian children.

For additional information you can e-mail or call Gakavig at (818)548-2438.


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  1. Vanes said:

    Worldwide Armenians should support this magazine as it is the only Armenian magazine for Children. This will connect them to their culture and to each other.

  2. anon said:

    ok. Enough Kakavik news in this newspaper. Aren't there other thins to write about?