Rukhsana Khan

Stories for Building Bridges

In-person or virtual performance

Bring critically-acclaimed author Rukhsana Khan to your community and learn about the inspiration and writing process behind her award-winning books. Presentations are artfully tailored to meet the needs of audiences and ranges from explorations of South Asian culture to issues surrounding poverty, immigration and family.

Beyond the Stories

In-person workshop

Following a performance, Rukhsana helps participants to picture the beginning, middle and end of a story, helping them develop through imagination and learning how to dissect a story in order to write their own. Must be booked with a performance.

Ages  4+

Contact us to book today!

Bremely Karthigesu
Programming & Community Outreach Manager
416-591-9092 ext. 224


About Rukhsana Khan

Born in Lahore, Pakistan, Rukhsana Khan is an award-winning storyteller and the author of thirteen books who has been invited to speak on television and radio as well as several international conferences. In 2013, her Big Red Lollipop was celebrated by the New York Public Library as one of the “Top 100 Great Children’s Books in 100 Years.”

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On social media @RukhsanaBooks