Recognized as one of the largest and most prestigious antiquarian book fairs in the world, this three-day event features the collections and rare treasures of nearly 200 booksellers from over 20 countries, including manuscripts, modern first editions, children’s books, maps and autographs, as well as antiquarian books on a wide range of topics.
We’ll watch a storytime video featuring the classic children’s book The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. Then we’ll make our own Snowy Day shadow boxes!
The Museo welcomes Italian geologist, wildlife illustrator and author Marisa Ceccarelli, who, in this fun family event, will be reading in Italian, from her children's book Teo e il tempo Perduto (Teo and the Lost time).
Juno embarks on an epic journey through time and space, stepping into the shoes of female icons like Frida Kahlo and Serena Williams. Join us for a Storytime that's both a fashion fairy tale and guide to girl power and get a coupon from our Café for a grilled cheese sandwich with milk or juice for $4!
Read by its illustrator, Genevieve Godbout, this event includes a book signing with the illustrator as well as an opportunity for a kid-friendly Q&A session.
Enjoy the best local and organic produce, meet the wild, rescued animals and their handlers from Wildcare and a very special storytime, hosted by everyone's favorite Big Red Dog, Clifford!!
When Hannah's family has to move, her grandmother tells her how she felt leaving the old country -- it was both bitter and sweet. As Hannah leaves her friends behind and tries to get used to a new house, she only feels bitterness. Was her grandmother wrong about the sweetness?
Katherine Applegate is the author of The One and Only Ivan, winner of the Newbery Medal. Crenshaw spent over twenty weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, and her first middle-grade stand-alone, Home of the Brave, continues on state reading lists, summer reading lists, and class reading lists. Katherine Applegate lives in Tiburon, California, with her family.
In Hey, Hey, Hay!, a girl tells the tale of making hay as Mom uses a mower for mowing grass, then a tedder for aerating the grass, and eventually a baler.
Grenade is the hugely anticipated follow-up to Alan Gratz's New York Times bestselling, critically acclaimed phenomenon Refugee. This is another searing and heart-pounding look at kids making their way through war. It's 1945, and the world is in the grip of war.
A celebration of comics art and storytelling.