Recommended for parents of children and teens of any age!
During this one and a half hour workshop, travel writer (and parent and grandparent) Roni Beth will help participants craft the perfect Paris visit for the child (or children) in their lives. Together, you will set your goals for the visit, explore opportunities to learn and discover and consider the temperament of each child as you craft your special visit. Roni will also share her top recommendations.
Roni Beth Tower, PhD, a retired clinical, research and academic (Yale, Columbia) psychologist, is the author of the award-winning memoir, Miracle at Midlife: A Transatlantic Romance
, the blog “Life, Refracted” on PsychologyToday.com, and articles on Paris for BonjourPartis.com, including the recent “Touring Paris with a Teen or a Tween
”. She returns to The American Library in Paris to offer the workshop “Visiting Paris with a Child, Tween or Ado.” She will lead a discussion of why we share Paris with our children, grandchildren, and other young people in our lives, what potential benefits we and they can derive from the experiences, and how to maximize those gains, address challenges, and minimize distress.
Limited space is available for this event and RSVP is required. To reserve a spot, fill out the form here. Questions about this event, or any of our programs for childrens & teens, can be sent to our children’s & teens’ services manager, Celeste Rhoads: firstname.lastname@example.org.