Local Authors Of Children’s Books Get The Opportunity To Expose Their Writing to The Rest Of The World

PR –  Grenadian authors of children’s stories have an opportunity to promote their writing through the Expo 2020, Dubai initiative. 

An avenue will be provided for them to share their stories with a global audience in an  international edition of Children’s Tales From Around The World that will be published  digitally and in hard copy. 

This will consist of short stories and folktales from nations across the globe.  

Authors will tell the stories of Grenadian culture, traditional folktales and in general, stories  that have been passed down through generations.  

Authors who are interested in participating must provide a detailed synopsis or full text of  the story, along with a completed template. The stories must be no more than eight hundred  (800) words and suitable for children of diverse cultural backgrounds between the ages of 5  to 12 years. In addition, they must be in the public domain, free of copyright restrictions and  child-friendly. 

Local authors are urged to take advantage of this opportunity as Grenada endeavours to  bring its storytelling culture to the minds and hearts of the world’s younger generations. 

The closing date for submission of entries is 22nd February, 2021. 

Expo 2020, Dubai which was postponed due to the pandemic, will now take place in  Dubai, United Arab Emirates over six months from October, 2021 to March 2022 under the  theme: ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’. 

There will be three sub-themes: Opportunity, Mobility, and Sustainability. Grenada’s theme  is: Grenada! Enhancing its Environment Through the Movement of its People, Culture,  Products and Services

The Grenada government is coordinating the participation of local exhibitors who will display  their goods and services. 

Grenada’s Expo Journey was officially launched on 29th October, 2019 with the slogan:  Grenada! On the Road to Dubai Expo 2020.