Arthur's™ World, the national touring exhibition based on the PBS Children's television series is coming this Fall to the Reading Public Museum! Exhibition highlights include:
• Mr. Ratburn’s Classroom – Join in the classroom activities with Arthur™ and friends as they enter a spelling bee or explore life under a microscope. Student cubbies let you peek in and guess which one belongs to whom. Take a seat at your favorite character’s desk and role-play school life with Arthur and his teacher, Mr. Ratburn.
• Elwood City Library – This is Arthur’s neighborhood gathering place where children discover and explore the world of books while helping D.W.™ sign up for a library card, voting for their favorite Arthur book, and choosing a book Binky would like to read. It’s a great place for families to curl up for a few minutes with a book.
• Backyard Sleepover - The backyard offers children the experience of a sleepover with: sleeping bags, pillows, books, and games. Children can join in the sleepover fun with Arthur, Buster, and The Brain as they tell spooky stories, crawl in and out of a cluster of tents, make shadow puppets and more!
This exhibition is supported by the Berks County Public Libraries. *Be sure to call your local library to reserve a library pass to come see the exhibition! *Passes are limited.
The exhibit and tour are created by Boston Children’s Museum, in collaboration with Marc Brown and WGBH-TV, the Boston PBS station that produces the Arthur TV show.