Londonderry Academy and Book Publisher Host Annual Fair

The Southern New Hampshire Montessori Academy and Barefoot Books have come together again to host the annual “Stories for a Cause” event. Set to take place at the Academy on Commons Drive Unit 28 in Londonderry, the event will feature nationally acclaimed storyteller, Angela Klingler. She is known for her animated retellings of traditional world folktales, fables, myths and legends that bring together time, culture and curriculum.

Join Barefoot Books and the Southern NH Montessori Academy this Saturday, December 4, from 10 AM until noon for this wonderful and fun family event!

Barefoot Books’ mission is to instill a love of reading and appreciation for the world’s multitude of cultures. The children’s book publisher emphasizes imagination, community, diversity, and creativity. Several of these wonderful books will be on display during the event this weekend.

“With the holiday season in full-swing, this is the perfect time for families to bring their children for the morning story-time and activities while browsing the marvelous book selections that Barefoot Books offers,” said Debra Hogan, Director of Southern NH Montessori Academy.

If you’d like to learn more about the Academy, please be sure to visit their website, or contact Debra Hogan at director(at) or by phone at 603-818-8613.

Southern NH Montessori Academy offers an academically focused education to children through an integrated curriculum. Concentration is given to educating the “whole child” (all facets of the child’s being, including: intellectual, physical, emotional, social and creative aspects) with a strong emphasis of hands-on and experiential learning where children develop their passion in technology, science, visual and performing arts, foreign language and physical education. Complementing a strong academic core, the school offers an enrichment program that includes elementary Latin, creative arts (visual and performing), daily physical education, technology and Spanish.

Each year, the SNHMA early childhood and lower elementary students select a service project. Consist with their recent studies of the rain forest biome, the students are raising funds for Mokugift and World Wildlife Fund (WWF). For every dollar donated to Mokugift, a tree is planted in rainforests throughout the world. Contributions made to WWF help protect the future of nature. Through WWF, children have the ability to adopt endangered species helping to support global efforts to protect wild animals and their habitats.


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