March 6, 2017

Philly Book Club Meetup hosts “The Boy with a Bamboo Heart” for a conversation with the author.

Chapterhouse Cafe & Gallery  – 620 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA

This event will be the fifth event in a series of Book Salons which was launched in 2016. These smaller more intimate events are intended to foster more in-depth conversations about the book, its themes and the FORDEC charity.

Should you be interested in attending such an event, please email me at chantal.jauvin@gmail.com. Please note that for this event you must first register as part of the Philly Book Club Meetup.

Copies of the book will be available for sale at the Book Salons. All author proceeds are being donated to the FORDEC charity.

Thank you to the hosts for their generosity in holding these events.

@ChantalJauvin


March 1, 2017

Working with Waring Elementary Aspiring Writers

Spring Garden, Philadelphia

Author, Chantal Jauvin, will be presenting an 8 week writing workshop to six aspiring elementary students from Waring Laura WSchool starting March 1, 2017.

The objective is to hone the power of storytelling by writing a short non-fiction piece to share a lesson learned. These budding authors aim to publish an anthology of their writing in the summer of 2017.

Our words have power.

Follow our progress on Facebook at North Street Writers Group.

@ChantalJauvin


April 26, 2016

Apiary Magazine Interviews Author Chantal Jauvin

The Boy with a Bamboo Heart: An Interview with Chantal Jauvin

by Elizabeth Martins

Q: Your new book The Boy with a Bamboo Heart: The Story of a Street Orphan Who Built a Children’s Charity is the harrowing and inspiring story of Lek or “Little One” (now called Dr. Amporn Wathanavongs) who went from an orphan on the streets of Thailand to the founder of a nonprofit that now helps impoverished children in Thailand learn to read and write. The book, told from the point of view of Lek, reads like a heart-wrenching poem. How did you get inside the mind of little Lek and manage to tell his sometimes tragic, sometimes heartening story so poetically? Read More »

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