Please join Eva Wiseman in celebrating the launch of Another Me.
When: Monday, September 19, 2016
Time: 7:00 pm
Where: McNally Robinson
Address: 1120 Grant Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3M 2A6
Written by Eva Wiseman
Publication Date: September 13, 2016
Hardcover | 240 Pages | Ages 12 and up
“Wiseman tells her tragic tale alternating the voices of Natan and Elena. It is a heart-rending tale based on actual events…. Readers will need the Kleenex for this one.” – Kirkus Reviews
Guess where Pamela, Kathryn, and I were last night? Here are some hints to the answer:
Look at the pretty holiday decorations, the funny sign, this all points to… the team at McNally Robinson Booksellers!
Yesterday, Shane Peacock was invited to talk about his Boy Sherlock Holmes series at McNally Robinson Booksellers. The store has a book club for children and they had just finished reading Eye of the Crow (some were almost finished reading Death in the Air too). This was a great opportunity for the club members (and their parents) to ask Shane some questions. He brought in his laptop and we hooked it up to the projector to show his book trailers.
Shane did a dramatic reading from each of his books after showing the individual book trailers. Below, Shane reads an excerpt from Vanishing Girl:
Thank you to the book club readers and their parents for coming out to meet Shane Peacock. Thank you once again to Nicola and to the wonderful staff for making the event a success!
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Join two-time TD Children’s Literature Award nominee, Shane Peacock, as he discusses his Boy Sherlock Holmes series and reads from the third book in the series, Vanishing Girl.
When: Thursday, November 26th, 2009 at 7:00p.m.
Where: McNally Robinson Booksellers, 1090 Don Mills Road (Corner of Lawrence Avenue East and Don Mills Road), Toronto, ON M3C 0H9
Image courtesy of Quill & Quire
Last Saturday, Nan Forler and her family went to visit McNally Robinson Booksellers at Don Mills.
This was a special visit because Nan discussed, sang, read, and signed her debut picture book, Bird Child.
Here is a short clip where Nan brought out her guitar and taught the children a song.
Then, she read from Bird Child to show how Eliza helped Lainey get her own wings to fly.
Nan even came prepared with a craft! She brought in foam birds, ribbons, googly eyes, markers, glue, glitter, jewels, and feathers. The children made holiday bird ornaments.
Here is one of the glittery bird ornaments. This one is only half finished. The artist proceeded to add lots of pretty little jewels.
If you were not able to make it to the event, Nan did sign copies of Bird Child that will be available at McNally Robinson Booksellers on a first come, first serve basis. Thank you once again to Nicola and to the staff for making the event a success!
Upcoming Bird Child Events:
- On November 17th, Nan Forler will be reading from Bird Child at the Locke Branch from 2:00-3:00pm for the Toronto Public Library’s Canadian Children’s Book Week.
- On November 19th, Nan Forler will be reading from Bird Child at the Elmira Public Library from 1:15-2:00pm.
- On December 6th, Nan Forler will be reading from Bird Child at Chapters Waterloo from 1:00-2:00pm.
Last night, we joined Lesley Fairfield in celebrating the launch of her graphic novel, Tyranny. The reading and signing was held at McNally Robinson Booksellers in Don Mills.
Tyranny by Lesley Fairfield
Kathryn Cole, the editor of Tyranny, gave a great introducation for Lesley Fairfield.
Lesley Fairfield telling us about her personal thirty-year struggle with anorexia and bulimia.
We love Lesley’s outfit!
Check out her earrings and top – they match the cover!
Thank you once again to Nicola and to the staff at McNally Robinson Booksellers for making the event a success!