Everyone is welcome to this free event! Hop on board the Peace Train! The Historically Hip Story Stroll, features Peace Train, by Cat Stevens & Peter H. Reynolds, Illustrator. Start at the Library & head north along Front Street.
This year the Story Stroll, hosted by King County Public Library, features Peace Train, by Cat Stevens & Peter H. Reynolds (Illustrator). The book is based on the Cat Stevens song Peace Train (published by Universal Music Group). The Story Stroll starts at the Issaquah Library and heads north on Front Street. The Story Stroll is a creative way for children and adults to enjoy reading while spending time outdoors. The stroll is open to the public at anytime and about .6 miles on flat terrain (trolley friendly) and takes about 30 minutes.
“Readers are invited to hop on the Peace Train and join its growing group of passengers who are all ready to unite the world in peace and harmony. Featuring the timeless lyrics of Cat Stevens’s legendary song and illustrations by New York Times bestselling artist Peter H. Reynolds, this hopeful picture book inspires tolerance and love for people of all cultures and identities.”
The Story Stroll is part of Issaquah Welcoming Week
Welcoming Week is a national event when a chorus of thousands—in communities large and small, rural and urban—celebrate the benefits of an inclusive society and deepen their commitment to creating places that are welcoming to everyone, including immigrants, refugees and those who have been systemically excluded.
To sign up for a FREE Peace Train ticket to the story stroll click here.