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Amanda Bisram holds a Bachelor of Arts in Women Studies from York University which has thoroughly assisted her in working with many ethnicities, cultural backgrounds and various age groups. She has been employed at Toronto Public Library since 1998. She has been a Library Assistant with Toronto Public Library from 2012-2016 which allows her to gain more experience working in the community with schools, daycares, senior centres and other community based partners. Amanda creates and conducts programs for children, teens, adults and seniors, as well as evaluate programs and events. She is involved in a lot of outreach programs in and around the city, including conducting, creating and evaluating many children’s, adult, teen, school class visits and senior programs.
February 20, 2017Family
Cushy floor, pillows galore, soft toys and a bunch of books to leaf through, this space is designed as a chill out area for our youngest visitors aged 0-2 and their caretakers. Older siblings are welcome, but an emphasis on safe and gentle baby play and exploration is the priority with the exemption of the Toddler Time readings.
At three intervals (12pm, 2pm and 4pm), Amanda Bisram from the Toronto Public Library will read selected stories from the library’s collection. These story time readings are presented in partnership with the TPL's Ready for Reading Program.