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Kashia Christine Yang’s “The Boy Who Became King” Will Be Exhibited at the 2023 Printers Row Lit Fest

Delve into an uplifting story that teaches the importance of a person’s character.

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ReadersMagnet will display “The Boy Who Became King” by Kashia Christine Yang at the 2023 Printers Row Lit Fest.

Kashia Christine Yang’s biblical children’s book, “The Boy Who Became King,” will be showcased by the self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the 2023 Printers Row Lit Fest. The book fair and literary festival will take place on Printers Row Park, 620 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL, USA.

The Printers Row Lit Fest is an annual event that celebrates not only the written word but also Chicago’s publishing and literary legacy. The literary festival is organized by the not-for-profit Near South Planning Board and is the largest outdoor literary showcase in the Midwest, attracting over 100,000 visitors. The Printers Row Lit Fest features book exhibits, book signings, panel discussions, staged readings, and various other programs for adults, young adults, and children.

“The Boy Who Became King” tells the story of a young boy named David who is taking care of his father’s sheep. He is chosen to be the next king of Israel but does not become king until many years later. The story teaches the young readers about the importance of a person’s character.

The book provides lessons that the children will learn through the story of a young boy. With this, the parents can help their child understand that being patient and kindhearted is more important than a person’s outward appearance.

“The Boy Who Became King” promotes more bonds between the parents and the kids. It is colored and illustrated, keeping the young readers engaged. Thus, it helps the kids learn the lessons easily because they see the main character get through his dilemma.

ReadersMagnet is honored to showcased Yang’s “The Boy Who Became King” at the Printers Row Lit Fest 2023. The company is committed to helping independent and self-published authors expand their brand, boost their marketing efforts, and connect with potential readers and fellow authors. Visitors are encouraged to drop by the ReadersMagnet exhibit at booth space R to check out the book’s display.

Learn more about the story of David in “The Boy Who Became King” by Kashia Christine Yang. Purchase a copy on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Author’s Biography

Kashia Yang was born in Laos and moved to refugee camp in Thailand as a young girl. She came to the US with her uncle and settled in Lenoir, North Carolina. She relocated to California, got married, and became a mother to six children. Kashia’s family decided to move back to North Carolina and currently residing in Conover. As a mother to her young children, her passion was to share Bible Stories to them. Now that her children are grown and she became a grandmother, she feels more inspire to share Bible Stories through a simple, easy to understand language, with colorful illustrations that children can identify.

Even while Kashia was working full time and raising her children, she rejoiced in serving the Lord alongside her husband as a pastor’s wife. Kashia completed her study of General Bible Course at Liberty University and obtained her PhD in Christian Ministry from College of The Open Bible. She has volunteered her time teaching and assisting with children’s Sunday school programs for over twenty-five years. Kashia enjoy spending time with her family and taking care of her grandchildren.

“The Boy Who Became King”
Author| Kashia Christine Yang
Genre| Children/ Religion/ Christian/ Value & Virtues
Publisher| Christian Faith Publishing
Published Date| July 10, 2023

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 Boy Who Became King
 Kashia Christine Yang
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