There is NOTHING boring about being a kid, but one little girl is going to have to prove it in this anything-but-boring picture book from comedian Michael Ian Black.Just when a little girl thinks she couldnt possibly be more bored, she stumbles upon a potato who turns the tables on her by declaring…
There is NOTHING boring about being a kid, but one little girl is going to have to prove it in this anything-but-boring picture book from comedian Michael Ian Black.Just when a little girl thinks she couldnt possibly be more bored, she stumbles upon a potato who turns the tables on her by declaring that children are boring. But this girl isnt going to let a vegetable tell her whats what, so she sets out to show the unimpressed potato all the amazing things kids can do. Too bad the potato is anything but interested.This tongue-in-cheek twist on a familiar topic is sure to entertain anyone whos ever been boredor had to hear about someone else being boredand is filled with comedian Michael Ian Blacks trademark dry wit, accompanied by charismatic illustrations from newcomer Debbie Ridpath Ohi.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... With these famous words, Charles Dickens plunges the reader into one of history's most explosive eras — the French Revolution. You are invited to discuss A Tale of Two Cities.
In Undercurrents, the second book in the 'Detective Craig Rylander Clover Mystery' series, Craig's team investigates two local cases, an arson murder and a car bombing, that lead them to an international assassination ring. Meet the authors today.
Megan Kruse has been described as a young writer with raw and fearless talent and her debut novel, Call Me Home, as a powerful story told with ferocity and grace. Meet the author today for a reading, Q&A and book signing.
Popular blogger and New York Times bestselling author of the hilariously touching Sparkly Green Earrings and The Antelope in the Living Room, Melanie Shankle celebrates true friendship in Nobody's Cuter Than You. Grab your friends and meet Melanie tonight!
Join us on Saturday, April 11 at the Central Library as we will be on-hand support of the San Antonio Book Festival. Don't miss your chance to meet Lawrence Wright, Naomi Shihab Nye, Mary Doria Russell and more authors! www.saplf.org/festival
Come by 7:00 to 9:00 pm to enter our To Kill a Mocking Bird trivia contest, enjoy Cafe samples, a free tall coffee or tea and a chance to win a hard cover copy of To Kill a Mocking Bird and a 1st edition copy of Go Set a Watchman when it's released July 14