Organs of State's The Story of the Chisel Boy
Once upon a time there was a boy and his mother who lived in a beautiful old house in the woods. The mother so loved her son and the light he brought into her home, but knew she could not keep him close forever. And so, at the behest of his mother, the boy carved her objects out of wood so that she could keep reminders of his warmth and beauty forever. The more the boy carved, the more his mother craved for her collection, until one night the boy's most beautiful creation came to life...
Welcome citizens! to the Organs of State Network of Concerned Parents' first ChildWorks assembly. This season is a celebration of the State's oldest folklore, beginning with THE STORY OF THE CHISEL BOY presented in association with Organs of State and the Organs of State Center for the Development of Children.
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