Story Time with the CAM & Chinatown Branch Library Series
Los Angeles — Chinese American Museum (CAM) brings Story-Time home! Please Join the “Kid’s Story Time Featuring Asian American Children’s Authors” on Friday, April 30 @ 4pm PDT. Miss Rita will be reading ‘“Could You Lift Up Your Bottom?”,’ a story about frog and elephant creative problem solving by differentiating, naming, and combining shapes written by Hee-jung Chang with illustrations by Sung-hwa Chung.
Register for free now by following the link camla.org/storytimewithcam. This book is suited for children 3-5 years old, though we welcome children of all ages with parental supervision.
Kid’s Story Time is hosted in partnership with the Chinatown Branch Library with stories read by Children’s Librarian, Rita Law.
About the author Hee-jung Chang:
Hee-jung Chang majored in psychology at Ewha Womans University in Seoul, South Korea, and studied developmental psychology at the university’s graduate school. An active member of a children’s book group for professional authors, Hee-jung has written many books for children.