Posted on: June 23, 2017 | Category: News
Magical Storyteller Yasu Ishida will be the featured artist for the HSPLS 2017 Summer Reading Program at selected public libraries statewide from June 27 through July 15.
Ishida will present three different storytelling programs incorporating magic and origami. “Since both magic and reading use the power of imagination, you can make magic and stories happen,” said Ishida. “Imagination is also a main ingredient in making Origami and reading stories. In Origami, you fold paper into a delicate model creating something out of nothing by using your power of imagination. In reading, your imagination allows you to see, feel, hear, and smell the stories. ”
These free programs will amaze, dazzle and delight participants as Ishida makes the stories come alive! Check out times and locations for the following upcoming programs:
The Friends of the Library of Hawaii is generously sponsoring these programs. The program schedule is subject to change.
In addition, other programs by Ishida are being sponsored by the Kay A. Edwards Memorial Fund – click Yasu Ishida at Kihei Public Library and the Friends of Waialua Library – click Yasu Ishida at Waialua Public Library . These programs are also subject to change.