We are happy and excited to share with you that we are a participating sponsor at the Tucson Festival of Books in March 2020!
We’ll be sharing updates and more with you about our time at the Tucson Festival of Books, 2020! Here are a few photos from 2019!
Scheduled to appear from our “house” includes authors and illustrators:
The Schedule So Far:
Both Days: Dedicated. Vendor and Activity Booths.
All Weekend! Special goodie bags/tools for school and library staff (show your ID or leave us a business card.)
Special Saturday Events, March 14, 2020:
10am-5pm: Michelle M. Buvala: Art Projects and Book Signings.
10am-12pm Amanda Malek-Ahmadi: Signing postcards and bookmarks for her upcoming book.
12pm-2pm Sean Buvala: Book Signings
2pm-345pm Harriet Cole: Poster Signing for an upcoming book.
4pm Sean Buvala and Harriet Cole on the Children and Storytelling Stage: “These Stories Get Weird: Folktales and Fairytales With Bizarre Stuff.”
Special Sunday Events, March 15, 2020:
10am-530pm: Michelle M. Buvala: Art Projects and Book Signings.
10am-12pm Amanda Malek-Ahmadi: Signing postcards and bookmarks for her upcoming book!
2pm-315pm: Marc Severson: Book Signing
330pm-4pm Marc Severson storytelling on the Storytelling Blanket.
More news and artists coming soon!
Amanda Malek-Ahmadi (Sat, Mar 14, 10:00 am) [X]
Amanda Malek-Ahmadi (Sun, Mar 15, 10:00 am) [X]
Harriet Cole (Sat, Mar 14, 2:00 pm) [X]
C.S Fritz (Sat, Mar 14, 2:00 pm) [X]
Marc Severson (Sun, Mar 15, 2:00 pm) [X]
Michelle M. Buvala (Sat, Mar 14, 10:00 am) [X]
Michelle M. Buvala (Sun, Mar 15, 10:00 am) [X]
We’re happy to show you the latest cover design for our next book for kids! Marc Severson’s “Don’t Throw Me in the Cholla Patch!” has been released! Illustrated by Francesco Orazzini, this fun book for older kids features the creatures of the Sonoran desert in a reimagined trickster tale!
As we roll out this book, come visit the web page at chollapatch.com for more information! Add your name to our mailing list on the right-hand side of the page so that we can tell you more about this upcoming work. A book for bigger kids, it features a higher-reading level text and fantastic illustrations that are just a bit quirky.