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Oh no, it's a gruffalo!

Oh no, it's a gruffalo!

Mon, 2015-04-20 15:54

This blog entry is basically for parents. While all others may ask "WT....what is a gruffalo?", parents of small kids may most probably have heard about it. The Gruffalo is one of the world’s best-loved monsters. Since it was first published in 1999, the award-winning story of his encounter with the little brown mouse in the deep dark wood has continued to delight children and adults the world over. If you have read the storys and your family joins you for the trip to Münster, you may be interested in the current Gruffalo exhibition at the arts museum (this museum is also the venue for the conference dinner). There are a lot of illustrations, hands on exhibits, and all books published and illustrated by Axel Scheffler und Julia Donaldson. Thus, if there should be a rainy day during your stay in Münster, this exhibition can be a great option to spend some time.

In addition, there are workshops and talks for children (some also offered in English). Just have a look:

About the author: Katrin Bergener

Katrin Bergener

Katrin works as Postdoc at the Chair of Information Systems and Information Management. She is mother of two kids and has already visited the Gruffalo exhibition (several times :-)). Together with Armin Stein and Michael Räckers, she is heavily involved in the ECIS organization.


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