KPBA webinar #18 on Bibliotherapy was done on August 21th, 2021 shared the dedication of the members of KPBA to children as stated in the vision and mission of KPBA Dr Murti Bunanta the initiator of storytelling sessions in the hospital shared the challenges and her experiences when started the initiative since 1993. While Surya Sili Phd, another member of INABBY shared her knowledge
Murti Bunanta , as keynote speaker, and 5 other writers member of KPBA sharing their passions and knowledge about writing for children. Renny Yaniar, Agnes Bemoe, Dian Onasis, Shoba Dewey Chugani told about their creative writing process and what themes they produced as the product of their imagination. Murti focused on writing for early readers and folktales. Agnes Bemoe wrote mostly on minorities
The 2nd Children’s Literature National Seminar, Economic Creative and Global Market | July 14th 2021
The 2 nd National Seminar on Children’s Literature was held in collaboration among INABBY, KPBA and University of Jember held on July 14th 2021, 8.30 – 12 WIB with its theme: ”Children’s Literature, Economic Creative and Global Market”. The enthusiastic participants more than 200 people were excited to know the possibility of Indonesian Children’s Literature can play in the global market. Dr Murti Bunanta
KPBA National Webinar #14th with its topic: “Children’s Books as a Way of Teaching Tolerance – What Say the Publishers” was held on June, 26 th 2021. It went very well with hundreds of participants consists of writers, illustrators, editors, teachers, librarians, publishers, parents, researchers, students etc. Three Publishers shared their views and Murti Bunanta opened the discussions as keynote speaker. Webinar
As always our workshop through webinar was very successful. This 12th webinar on April 10th, 2021, organized by INABBY and KPBA (SACL) shared how to create ribbon crafts based on folktales stories. This activities will make stories more remembered and enjoyed by all the people who listened and shared the stories through read aloud or storytelling. Seperti biasanya webinar yang diselenggarakan oleh KPBA dan
In order to celebrate World Storytelling Day ,KPBA has conducted the 11 th webinar on “Telling Stories and Creating Stories with KPBA team“ on March 20th, 2021. More than 250 people consisted of teachers, writers, parents, educators, illustrators, and others attended the event coming from many parts of Indonesia : Riau Island, North Sumatra, Maluku Island, Bali, East Nusa Tenggara Island, Sumba Island,
The launch went successfully and received enthusiastic responses. The first kind of memoar in Indonesia initiated by Murti Bunanta’s idea. Peluncuran buku: Berkelana Lewat Buku-Kisah 7 Penulis, berjalan dengan sukses dengan diskusi yang bermanfaat dan menarik tentang banyak hal baik yang menyangkut minat baca dan buku anak. Dr Murti banyak memberi masukan yang memcerahkan. Dalam unggahan tampak 6 penulis nya beserta penerbit : Pt
This book entitled, “Kisah 7 Penulis” is a childhood memories of seven prominent Indonesian writers about reading and books when they were kids and how their parents instilled the love of reading. This memoar doesn’t present pretentious jargon on literacy. And the books mentioned in this memoar are important references for the history of Indonesian Children’s Literature which are useful for researchers, librarians, students,
Community libraries which participated Workshop on Trauma Healing 2020 received book donations from IBBY-Yamada Project, KPBA, INABBY and Bestari Murni Publishing after it is done. Setelah mengikuti workshop setiap perpustakaan masyarakat peserta mendapat buku donasi dari IBBY- Yamada Project, KPBA, INABBY dan Penerbit Bestari Murni.
After Receiving Workshop on Trauma Healing 2020, the participants expressed their appreciations in their mother’s languages. Setelah mengikuti workshop para peserta menyatakan rasa terima kasihnya dalam bahasa daerah masing-masing.