Tuesday, September 25, 2012

going on tour...UPDATED 11/20/12

I was going to debut the Starry River of the Sky Book Trailer today but  it looks like we have just a little more tweaking to do...tommorrow!

In the meantime, here is my tour schedule! Yes, I'm going on tour...a teeny-tiny, mini tour! Rain Dragon is only 4+ months old and while she's traveled well so far, I don't think I should push my luck.

But if you are nearby these places, please come! I am always so afraid people won't show up.


Haverford, PA
Sarturday December 1st at 10 am
Breakfast with Grace
Children's Book World
17 Haverford Station Rd
610-642-6274

Brookline, MA
Sunday December 2 from 1-3 pm
Park School Library, 171 Goddard Ave
Event is FREE, but space is limited so please RSVP admin@thefcb.org or call 617-469-7222

Providence, RI
Saturday, December 8th, 10-5 pm
Rhode Island Convention Center
One Sabin St

Concord, MA
Saturday, December 15th,1-4 pm
Concord Museum
53 Cambridge Turnpike
978-369-9763




So, this tour is not very extensive which I am sorry about because I'll miss my geographically-distanced readers!

6 comments:

Ellen and Tom said...

wonderful! any chance you can squeeze in a meet & greet for our FCC little kids group based in westchester?? maybe the morning of sat 10/13? let me know: espirer@earthlink.net. our kids would LOVE it.

Kristen said...

Grace, do you need to RSVP to any of these? Plan to come to RJ Julias in Madison :) xoxo

Grace Lin said...

Sorry for the delay in responding! No need to rsvp to these!

Ellen, I'll send you an e-mail though I think it might be too late!

Annie said...

Grace, I am a big fan and have several of your books. If you're ever down near Darien, CT, we'd love to see you! Please keep us posted of future tours, thank you!

Frances said...

Wishing we were in your area. My daughter and I are LOVING your new book!

Thank you!

Karen said...

My children & I absolutely loved both "Where the Mountain Meets the Moon" and "Starry River of the Sky" and we'll be reading more of your books :) Have you ever considered making a picture-book version of the intercalated stories in these books? I would love to have as a read aloud for school! Also, any plans to come back to the Providence or Boston area soon?