Friday, November 30, 2007
Vermont Day at Kingdom Books, Sat. Dec. 1
[Kris Kristofferson in the film version of DISAPPEARANCES, from the book by Howard Frank Mosher, produced and directed by Jay Craven]
I've been baking for two days -- Dave says, "isn't that overkill?" But I don't want to run out of holiday goodies, as Kingdom Books throws its spectacular VERMONT DAY on SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 from 10 a.m. onward. Here are the details:
At 10 a.m., join Vermont's Mark Twain, novelist Howard Frank Mosher, for breakfast - and chat about his newest book, ON KINGDOM MOUNTAIN. We have most of his others available, too.
At 11:30, Steve Delaney, one of the voices of Vermont Public Radio, arrives with his new book VERMONT SEASONINGS -- a generous, tender, smiling collection of weekly readings on the "other" Vermont Life: the real world of mud season, voting at Town Meeting, surviving hunting season, and more.
At 1 p.m., illustrator Mary Azarian signs copies of her newest picturebook, TUTTLE'S RED BARN. With narrative by Richard Michelson, the book tells the tale of a New Hampshire farm settled in 1616, with changes generation by generation, all abundantly pictured in Azarian's brightly painted woodcuts.
Lots of books on hand, lots of good food, lots of readerly friends. Hope you can join us. See our web site www.kingdombks.com for directions.
Posted by Beth Kanell at 9:41 PM