Do you need some fun and silliness? Who doesn’t! Join illustrators Marty Kelley, Russ Cox and David Biedrzycki (AKA The Exquisite Dorks) as they do a live game of exquisite corpse, online! Follow their story additions at https://exquisitedorks.blogspot.com/
Marty Kelley recently visited 5 schools in Pennsylvania. If you’ve ever had Marty visit your school, you know he puts a LOT into his school visits and is able to truly engage the students. In this one, you can see the teachers also stepped up, big time, to make the school visit extra fun and special. We weren’t there, but we’re betting this is one they won’t soon forget.
Catch Terry at these dates and times!
September 25, 2018, 3:30 pm, West Manchester Branch Library, 76 South Main Street, 2nd floor meeting room.
September 26, 2018; 3:30 pm, Manchester City Library, 405 Pine Street, Winchell Room.
For more information, please call 624-6560.
Deborah Bruss and Matt Forrest Esenwine took a little trip to Concord hospital while Deb was in rehab for a broken (and, thankfully, repaired) femur. Somehow, during the extensive hospital stay, energy was rallied for an author visit, where the authors sold out of copies of Don’t Ask a Dinosaur! What have you done for your career, today?
Eric Pinder, author of If All The Animals Came Inside and How to Share with a Bear, does a collaborative storytelling activity in Campton for the CLiF foundation (Childrens Literacy Foundation). The lucky readers/listeners also got a sneak peek at his upcoming picture book, Counting Dinos (available Oct. 1st)!
Rebecca Rule visited a North Country school with 18 students in grades K-8. Smiles all around!
If you guessed the Lee Public Library, you’re right (and you really know your whiteboards)! They hosted Ginger Johnson, who led an informative and inspirational writing workshop for middle schoolers.