Read Ohio: Tricia Springstubb and Jennifer Maschari
Weds. 6/7/17, 1pm, book signing to follow U.S. Bank Plaza at Playhouse Square, East 14th St. and Euclid Ave., Cleve.
Join us for Read Ohio, an author talk and book discussion series hosted by Literary Cleveland and the Ohio Center for the Book at Cleveland Public Library. The authors will read from their work, discuss writing for younger readers, and answer questions from the audience.
Tricia Springstubb is the author of books for kids of all ages, most recently the middle grade novel Every Single Second (HarperCollins) and the third book in a chapter book series, Cody and the Rules of Life (Candlewick Press). She lives in Cleveland Heights. To find out more, visit her at www.triciaspringstubb.com. Jennifer Maschari is a classroom teacher who writes books for young readers. She is the author ofThe Remarkable Journey of Charlie PriceandThings That Surprise You.She has another stand-alone middle grade novel coming out in 2018 from Balzer + Bray/HarperCollins. Jennifer lives in Ohio with her husband and her two stinky (yet noble) English bulldogs, Oliver and Hank.
Presented by Cleveland State University, the Arts and Humanities Alive (AHA!) Festival is a three day arts celebration set for June 7th, 8th, and 9th. AHA's! inaugural theme is Storytelling: What Our Stories Tell Us About Ourselves. The festival features a free, all-day book fair, the local premiere of Ken Burn’s new PBS documentary The Vietnam War, talks by multiple best-selling authors, a free dance work shop with Dancing with the Stars’ Karina Smirnoff, and performances of the hit stage productions Love, Loss and What I Wore and The Frog Bride. To see the complete schedule of events, purchase tickets or register for the fest’s free events, visit www.ahacsu.com.