Saturday, November 10 at 2:00pm
Join us to hear two celebrated children’s authors, Paul Mosier and Dusti Bowling.
This is a kid’s event recommended for children ages 8 to 12.
Critically acclaimed children’s author Paul Mosier will discuss his newest book, Echo’s Sister (HarperCollins, $16.99). When 12-year-old El comes home from school to the news that her little sister, Echo, has a life-threatening illness, the sisters soon find that a little hope and a lot of love can overcome any obstacle.
Paul Mosier is also the author of Train I Ride (HarperCollins, $6.99), a poignant debut about a girl who travels the country by train and learns along the way that she can create a family of her own.
Dusti Bowling will discuss her new book, 24 Hours in Nowhere (Sterling, $14.95). Welcome to Nowhere, Arizona, where 13-year-old Gus embarks on an adventure in the desert in a gripping story about friendship, hope, and finding the power within ourselves.
Dusti Bowling’s previous novel, Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus (Sterling, $14.95), was named a 2017 Southwest Book of the Year. The award-winning novel follows two middle school students with disabilities as they solve mysteries in a dying Arizona theme park.