5th Annual Chestnut Hill Book Festival brings authors, poets and readers out [photos]

The 5th Annual Chestnut Hill Book Festival took place along Germantown Avenue on Sunday. The event brought together nearly 15 Philadelphia-area authors, fiction and non-fiction alike, to discuss their work and meet with readers.

Among others, sessions included one led by Josesph Minardi, who wrote, “Historic Architecture in Northwest Philadelphia: 1690 to 1930s,” a cartooning workshop for children and one from Chestnut Hill Improv.

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