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Join Alex McConduit, this Saturday, March 7th, at The Little Toy Shop (900 Decatur St) from 11 – 1pm as he hosts his first book signing for the Pelican Publishing release of Snoballs for All.
The best part of a hot, humid New Orleans summer is slurping up a big, round, icy-cold, brightly-colored snoball. That’s exactly what Paul wants to do, but he can’t find the snoball festival! He searches all through the city for just one snoball (although two would be better, and three would be best). Where will Paul find snoballs for all?
The new version, written by Alexander Brian McConduit & illustrated by the talented Paulina Ganucheau, includes an updated story and all new illustrations. The book also marks McConduit’s first book brought to market outside of the self-publishing world. Pre-order your copy NOW!
This week, I’m honored to have been invited to participate in #ChildrensBookWeek at the New Orleans Public Library. I’ll be visiting five different branches this week to read and sign books for all the kids in the city. The best part about being an author is seeing children’s faces light up when they sit down to hear a good story. Very much so looking forward to it! See the schedule below or check it out on the New Orleans Public Library’s website here.
Central City Library at 10am
Robert E. Smith Library at 2pm
Children’s Resource Center at 10:30am
New Orleans Public Library Main Branch at 2pm
Norman Mayer Branch Library at 1pm
This past summer I had the pleasure of bringing W.R.I.T.E. to 13 wonderful young ladies of the Uptown Music Theatre. We met once a week for six weeks as the girls wrote, edited and shared their stories. This is the third time I’ve been able to work with students in the W.R.I.T.E. program but this is the first time that the program has been fully realized. When I started this idea, the whole point of it was to help kids publish and sell their own books so that they would receive the same sense of accomplishment that I did after I wrote and published The Little Who Dat, Who Didn’t. Finally, with the help of some amazing online artists, we did just that. Stay tuned! We will be setting up book signings around New Orleans and hopefully we’ll be able to get them some media attention as well. Great job girls! You can order their books from Amazon.com below.
RockStar is a book about a young girl who dreams of being a Rock Star! So much so that it gets her into a little trouble.
by Clark K. Haydel
Alice and Avery have a sleepover but not all of their friends get invited.
by Lydia N. Kimbrough
A collection of short stories from students of the Uptown Music Theatre.
by Alex D. Williams, Clark K. Haydel, Cydni V. Samuel, Haley Williams, Jazmine Marsalis, Lydia N. Kimbrough, Mikah E. Burton, Nia A. Paramore, Reagan A. Peters, Talaire J. Ducre, Tasia R. Brooks