Excited and very honored to present The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Eat Cheesecake for its very first story time and book signing at FoxTale Book Shoppe this Saturday. I've heard so many wonderful things about the people who run FoxTale and had the privilage of meeting with them for Bonnie Clark's children's book launch, Catching Thoughts, which is a timely book on how to handle bad thoughts.
Speaking of bad thoughts, 2020 has had its share, but just like in Bonnie's book, there are many other things to focus on and appreciate. For me, finally seeing this book published after so many years is a big, bright, colorful thought to hold onto and be thankful for, and having my first story time and book signing is another. If you can, support your local bookstores and authors. They appreciate it more than words can express!
You're Invited! Story Time & Book Signing at FoxTale Book Shoppe
Saturday, September 12, 2020, 11:00 a.m. at 105 E Main St, Woodstock, GA 30188
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By the way, for those with concerns about safety, FoxTale did an excellent job of providing a safe environment at Bonnie's book launch, and I am sure safety will be a top priority at this event as well. Stay well and focus on the good things!
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9/15/2020 12:58:53 pm
Well I was fortunate enough to get a copy quickly and not only did I enjoy it but so did my husband and our 2 older grandkids (I'm sure the baby will want to have it read to her when she is older too). I wish you all the best with this beautiful and thoughtful book. Aren't families just great.
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