2020 Champions of Literacy Celebrations, Tree House Books – Oct 6,7&8
Posted by Tree House Books on October 6, 2020
In honor of our 15th anniversary, we have curated three different online events that celebrate literature, Philadelphia, and engage with amazing, best-selling, award-winning authors. Come join us virtually for one or two or all three events!!
Oh, and every ticket you buy to an event comes with a raffle ticket to win some pretty awesome prizes!
Why Black Books Matter: An engaging discussion on the increasing importance of Black voices in literature with an amazing panel including award winning author MK Asante, author of Buck and named “one of America’s best storytellers” by the LA Times. Moderated by Dr. Wanda Brooks, featuring Jeannine Cook, owner, Harriett’s Bookshop, and Tree House Program Director Sabriaya Shipley
October 6th, 7:30pm-8:30pm
Story Time: A fun and interactive children’s story time with the great storytellers Tanisha Chambers, “Auntie Jo Jo” and Pat McClain-Smith. Your kids will listen to these great children’s writers read some of their favorite stories!
October 7th, 4:00pm-4:45pm
Literary Philadelphia: Meet Liz Moore, NY Times best-selling author of Long Bright River and Asali Solomon, acclaimed author of Disgruntled, as they read and discuss their novels and the role Philadelphia has played in their writing.
October 8th, 7:00pm-8:00pm
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