Lori Samlin Miller, author of Stay Where I Can See You, reading her book to pediatric patients and their families, at Children’s Regional Hospital.
(Camden City, NJ) -- Pediatric patients at the Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper enjoyed a special story time on November 22, 2016. South Jersey author Lori Samlin Miller read from her recently published children’s book, Stay Where I Can See You. The Cooper Foundation provided copies of the book for all the children on the unit.
As a wife, mother, teacher, writer, and volunteer at Cooper University Health Care, Lori Samlin Miller is a strong supporter of children’s literacy. “Stories have always been a big part of my life,” said Samlin Miller.
Stay Where I Can See You takes children on an adventure and allows them to become participants. Fantasy and realism collide as Mama Turtle and her hatchlings attempt to stay together as they embark on their journey to the sea.
About The Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper
The Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper is committed to excellence in education, research, and high-quality, safe care for pediatric patients and their families. As the only state-designated acute care children’s hospital in South Jersey, Cooper provides exceptional pediatric primary care and comprehensive specialty care services for every patient, every day, in a patient- and family-centered environment.