Celebrate the 45th anniversary of Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar at this reading and coloring fun-filled event. This Hands-On Learning event is for ages 4 and up. Space is limited, so please ask a bookseller how to sign up.
Lion is mean to everyone. When the other animals can't take his bullying anymore, they post an ad asking for help. One animal after another tries and fails to defeat Lion. Then Rabbit arrives. No one thinks he will be brave enough or strong enough.
Author Randy Lindsay will sign copies of his debut novel, The Gathering (End's Beginning). In it Robert Williams gets an early honorable release from his mission. Upon his return home, he sees the reason why. The threads of society are unraveling.
Help us honor mothers with a reading of Oh, the Things My Mom Will Do ... by Marianne Richmond. This book is a celebration of the unpredictable adventure that is motherhood. It's sometimes silly, always heartfelt and filled with love.
For out-starting upstarts of all ages, Dr. Seuss gives us a wonderfully wise look at the great balancing act of life itself, and the ups and downs it presents, while always encouraging us to find the success that lies within us.
Percy the pug adores puddles, especially the squishy, muddy puddle that a pig family calls home. But stubborn Mama Pig is certain that pugs and piglets don't mix. Will Percy's determination and quick thinking be enough to convince her he's worthy?
Cake-stealing ninjas! Tea-slurping pirates! Time-traveling monkeys! Mischief is afoot, and no one believes poor Tim's explanations for any of it ... until Tim has an idea that will have his whole family believing him again.
Arizona resident Valerie Benzley will sign copies of her debut novel, The Gordian Knot Undone. This psychological suspense novel explores the sometimes torturous bonds between mothers and daughters, with plot twists that keep the reading guessing.