October Picture Book Fun!
Heartfelt New Picture Books to Share!
Tune in for:
How Mr. Silver Stole the Show by KATE KLISE and illustrated by M. SARAH KLISE. On a rainy morning in 1947, a small gray kitten wandered into the Hamilton Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri, two days before the Greater St. Louis Cat Club Show. A stray kitten. A fancy hotel. A serious contest for pedigreed cats. What could possibly go right?
Lolo's Sari-Sari Store by SOPHIA N. LEE. For one girl, summers used to mean helping Lolo run his sari-sari store, which was always brimming with goods for the neighborhood, and a sympathetic ear for anyone who needed it. Now that she’s far from the Philippines, she misses Lolo and the friendly faces that surrounded his sari-sari store. But when she remembers her grandfather’s words, her heart keeps Lolo close, and she starts to see opportunities for connection and community in her new home.
Sir Morien by HOLLY BLACK. The brave North African knight Morien is on a quest to find his father, who had set off on an adventure of his own and never returned. But every knight he meets wants to fight! At first, Morien is determined to best them all, until he meets some knights willing to quest with him. Together, they discover not only the importance of friendship, but also Morien’s long-lost father!
- Etta Extraordinaire by CHARNAIE GORDON. Etta was born to be a shining star. When Etta discovers her school is hosting a talent show, she wants to share her many talents with the world. Even though she has never performed onstage before, all Etta needs to do is make a plan (Etta always has a plan!). And in 1, 2, 3, 4 steps, she’s ready for her big performance on the big stage in front of a BIG audience... Or is she?
Saturday, October 28th at 1PM EST via Crowdcast!
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