Storytelling and Drawing From Up to Mischief | Online

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Join Serene Choo, author of Up to Mischief, as she tells the story of a little girl who brings a crab for a walk in the garden...

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Join Serene Choo, the author of the book Up to Mischief as she tells the story of a little girl who brings a crab for a walk in the garden and the drama that follows. Join in as illustrator St. John V. Smith shows how to create the different expressions of Mister Crabby.


Participants are to prepare these materials before tuning into this online programme:

  • Paper
  • Drawing instrument e.g. Pencil, Pen, Marker
  • Colouring materials (colour pencils, oil pastels, markers, etc)

Note: This programme will be run on Zoom and at library@harbourfront at the same time. Materials will only be provided to participants joining the session in-person. If you wish to attend the physical programme, register here.

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Serene has had a long career in broadcasting and was Vice President (Branding and Marketing) of MediaCorp Channel 5 and later Toggle, till 2016. She won numerous World and Asian creative and marketing awards, including one for the PCK SARS rap in 2003 which she conceptualized and produced. Today, it still sets the benchmark as an educational video during pandemic times in Singapore.

Serene has since left broadcasting to pursue other passions including singing, songwriting and writing children’s books. 

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The National Library Board (NLB) manages a network of 27 public libraries, the National Library and the National Archives of Singapore. NLB promotes reading, learning and information literacy by providing a trusted, accessible and globally-connected library and information service through the National Library and a comprehensive network of Public Libraries.

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