I am excited to be reading this Saturday at 11 am at my friend Monica’s store, Monkei Miles. Here’s the awesome poster she made up. (And look how cute her store is!)
- Tuesday, 10/18: Copperfield’s Books, Sebastopol, 4 pm //
Friday, 10/21: Literacy Night at Matanzas School, Santa Rosa, 6 pm //
Thursday, 10/27: Authors’ Day, Jefferson School, San Francisco //
Thursday, 10/27: NCIBA Fall Discovery Show, South San Francisco, 4 pm //
Saturday, 11/5: Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival, Portland Art Museum, 12:30-1 pm //
Sunday, 11/13: Wolf craft and reading at Bird & Beckett Books, San Francisco, 11 am //
Wednesday, 11/16: Presentation at Peninsula Del Rey retirement home, Daly City, 7 pm //
I hope to see lots of friends, family, and anyone who’d like to come at my Journey launch party. Here are the details:
- What: Journey launch party! //
- When: Tuesday, 10/11 @ 6:30 pm //
- Where: Green Apple Books on the Park (1231 9th Ave, Inner Sunset, San Francisco) //
- Why: Hear the book, see a fun wolf slideshow, and enjoy wine and cookies (That’s right–cookies! Paw print-shaped cookies, to be precise, which my kids and are going to bake and decorate.) //
The San Francisco Zoo has a new wolf exhibit! And I’ll be doing readings of Journey right outside it, on September 24 and 25!
I’ll be reading Journey: Based on the True Story of OR7, the Most Famous Wolf in the West at Green Apple Books on the Park, in San Francisco, on Tuesday, October 11 at 6:30 pm. After the reading, I’ll do a fun slideshow about wolves, interesting for both kids and adults. If I can get things in gear, I’ll also have WOLF COOKIES to pass out! So if you’re local, please come by and celebrate with me.
- What: Journey book launch //
- When: Tuesday, October 11 at 6:30 pm //
- Where: Green Apple Books on the Park, 1231 9th Ave //
- Why: To celebrate with me AND support a wonderful independent bookstore!
Thanks to to the wonderful Mill Valley Public Library for hosting my very first official Journey reading and program! I have a soft spot for this library. Not only is it where I did my internship while in library school, but it’s got to be the most beautiful, serene library in the country, and just being near it makes me happy. And of course it was such a pleasure to share Journey with a great group of kids and parents–all of whom impressed me with their knowledge, interest, and questions.