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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Fairytale Town's annual ScholarShare Children's Book Festival - September 26-27

This Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 26th-27th, 10am-4pm
Fairytale Town's annual
ScholarShare Children's Book Festival *featuring Laura Numeroff!
*TTB is proud to be the official
bookseller for this wonderful event*
Join Fairytale Town for the 15th annual ScholarShare Children’s Book Festival, the largest early childhood literacy event in the Sacramento region! Enjoy back-to-back readings and presentations from authors and illustrators on the Mother Goose Stage, then shop at our official bookseller, Time Tested Books' booth, to purchase your favorite story. Authors and illustrators will be available to sign books immediately following their presentations.

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Laura Numeroff, bestselling author of the classic children’s
book If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, will headline the two-day Festival.
*Appearing Sat 9/26 at 11:30am & 3pm
*Appearing Sun 9/27 at 12pm & 3pm

FEATURED AUTHORS/ILLUSTRATORS * Melissa Abramovitz * Jen Barton * JaNay Brown-Wood * Janet Ann Collins * Kate David * Erin Dealey * Andy Domek & Stephen Green * Sammy Ginni * Tim McCanna * Musical Robot (Jason Adair & Scott Namanny) * Michael Slack *

 The festival also features storytelling performances, hands-on literacy activities, a Scholastic book fair and more! Plus literacy and arts organizations will be on hand to provide information about early childhood literacy programs offered in the region.

Admission to this two-day festival is *FREE* thanks to the generous support of ScholarShare College Savings Plan.
Please Note: On Saturday the stage schedule will be sign language interpreted.

(more info here and on facebook)
 
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