A Pheonix on Yggdrasil
The logo was designed by the very talented Kruti Anne Buch, who came up with the idea of the Pheonix after listening to my brief. The pheonix, dies and is reborn from its ashes, much like how old ideas and biases die and new thoughts are reborn through stories and books.
Yggdrasil is the world tree from Norse Mythology, which it is believed held together all the different realms, symbolises the interconnectedness of everything in the universe.
A simple truth, one which stories, both oral or those held with the pages of books, reiterate.
The logo represents both these ideas, guiding my work as a Story Educator and Library Educator.