I wanted to give this a mention. If you are in Montreal, you are welcome to join us:
Yes Oui CANSCAIP hosts “A Harvest of New Books”
Wed., Oct. 27th at 7 p.m.
Montreal West Town Hall (50 Westminster South in Montreal West)
Local children’s book authors Nancy Gow, Jennifer Lloyd, P.J. Bracegirdle, Jill Murray, Alan Silberberg and local children’s book illustrators Susan Mitchell and Yayo (Diego Herrera) will speak about their latest books. Their titles will be on sale at the event and attendees will be able to have them autographed.
This event is free and open to the public.
RSVP to Carol-Ann Hoyte, Yes Oui CANSCAIP co-representative, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes Oui CANSCAIP is the Quebec chapter of the Canadian Society of Children’s Authors, Illustrators and Performers.
MORE ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Nancy Gow is a picture book author whose first book, Ten Big Toes and a Prince’s Nose, just came out this month.
Jennifer Lloyd has written three picture books. Her latest book is Ella’s Umbrellas.
P.J. Bracegirdle has written two middle-grade novels for children. His latest book is Unearthly Asylum, the second book in The Joy of Spooking trilogy. The first book in the series is Fiendish Deeds. He also wrote the picture book, Comet Can’t Wait for Christmas, which his wife, Susan Mitchell, illustrated.
Jill Murray has written two novels for teens. Her latest book is Rhythm and Blues. Bring It On was her first book.
Alan Silberberg has written two middle-grade novels for children. His latest book is Milo: Brain Freeze and Sticky Notes. Pond Scum was his first book.
Susan Mitchell has illustrated several books. Her latest titles include Too Many Fairies, Paula Deen’s Cookbook for the Lunchbox Set, Paula Deen’s My First Cookbook, My Mom and Me, and My Dad and Me.
Yayo (Diego Herrera) has illustrated several books. His latest titles include The Hug and The King Who Barked.