Mt. Airy Kids’ Literary Festival this Weekend

    The Big Blue Marble Bookstore is hosting their 6th annual Mt. Airy Kids’ Literary Festival this weekend.  The line-up is amazing!  So many choices, activities, authors, and more… for all ages.  All FREE and open to the public. So bring your budding bibiophiles and come bask in the literary love!  



    10:30am – Storytime with Amy Vaccarella. (Ages 1 and up)

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    7:00pm – The Popularity Papers reading and pizza party with Amy Ignatow. (Ages 9 and up)


    10:00am – Fuddles reading and signing with Frans Vischer. (Ages 4 to 7)

    11:00am – Stop Snoring, Bernard! reading and craft with Zachariah OHora. (Ages 3 to 6)

    12:00pm – Seriously Just Go to Sleep reading with Ricardo Cortes. (Ages 3 and up)

    1:00pm – Amusement Trains: The Story of Freddy and Flash reading with Susan Johnson and Sueli Vieira. (Ages 4 and up)

    2:00pm – The Boy Who Cried Alien reading with Brian Biggs. (Ages 4 and up)

    3:00pm – Around the World reading with Matt Phelan. (Ages 9 and up)

    4:00pm – Philadelphia Stories Jr. reading. (Ages 10 and up)



     11:00am – Waldorf School Puppet Play with Gwyn Linsalata. (Ages 3-6)

    12:00pm – Sasquatch’s Big Hairy Drawing Book cartooning activity with Chris McDonnell. (Ages 6 and up)

    1:00pm – Little Dog Lost reading and craft with Monica Carnesi. (Ages 3 and up)

    2:00pm – Playing with Words: Creative Writing Games for Kids with Cordelia Jensen. (Ages 8-12)

    3:00pm – Music class with Tammy Keorkunian, Children’s Music Express. (Ages 3-5)

    4:00pm – Steps and Stones reading with Gail Silver. (Ages 4 and up)


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