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Our friends Alyson and Alethea at Bridge to Books are presenting another great event in October and it’s not too late to purchase tickets.
The Why Chromosome is an author event and book signing for readers, writers, bloggers, and educators interested in middle grade and young adult literature. Our special focus will be on boys and encouraging their love of reading.
Do boys love books? Meet authors Andrew Smith(Stick), Peter Auxier (Peter Nimble & His Fantastic Eyes), G. Neri (Ghetto Cowboy), **Greg Van Eekhout (The Boy at the End of the World), John Stephens (The Emerald Atlas), and Allen Zadoff (My Life, The Theater, and Other Tragedies) who will talk about how and why boys DO love reading!
Here are the important details:
When: Sunday, October 30, 2011 – 1:00 – 4:00 pm
What: $12.50 will provide one person food/drink and a swag bag. Excess funds will be donated to Book by Book.
This sounds like a great event, so if you are a boy or know a boy or love a boy (and who doesn’t) be sure to sign up for this event. Nice job Alyson and Alethea.
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**I’m happy to see that Greg VanEekhout who we featured on a recent Author Spotlight
will be in attendance.
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