When Mouschi the cat goes with Peter to a secret annex, he meets a girl named Anne Frank. Bright, kind and loving, Anne dreams of freedom and of becoming a writer whose words change the world. But Mouschi, along with Anne and her family, must stay hidden, hoping for the war to end and for a better future.
Join the California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks for a reading of “The Cat Who Lived with Anne Frank” with authors David Lee Miller and Steven Jay Rubin. Illustrated by the award-winning Elizabeth Baddeley, this poignant children’s book paints a picture of a young girl full of hope in a moment of oppression and prejudice, who wonders what mark she will leave on the world, and who above all, believes in the goodness of all people.
The reading will be followed by a Q&A and a book signing with the authors.
Saturday, February 29, 2:00-4:00 PM
California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks at The Oaks
350 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Admission is free; visit www.cmato.org to reserve your spot.
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks (CMATO) is a cultural institution dedicated to engaging, educating and uplifting the human spirit through the palette of art. Established in 2008, the museum showcases established and emerging contemporary artists, with a unique focus on participatory art. As part of its mission to connect people to creativity, ideas and to each other, CMATO features rotating temporary exhibitions, guest artist lectures and educational programs that foster discussion, participation and an appreciation for the visual arts. To learn more or to become a museum member, visit www.cmato.org
California Museum Of Art Thousand Oaks
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