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6960 West Oakton Street, Niles, IL 60714
6083 North Northwest Highway, Chicago, IL 60631
1501 Ellinwood Street, Des Plaines, IL 60016
7454 West Balmoral Avenue, Chicago, IL 60656
1600 East Golf Road, Des Plaines, IL 60016
6140 Lincoln Avenue, Morton Grove, IL 60053
5605 W. Touhy Ave., Niles, IL 60714
4613 North Oketo Avenue, Harwood Heights, IL 60706
O'Hare Airport, Chicago, IL
5405 Touhy Avenue (at Village Crossing Shopping Center), Skokie, IL 60077
4200 Old River Road, Schiller Park, IL 60176
1930 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL 60025
1930 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL 60025
5331 West Devon Avenue, Chicago, IL 60646
5215 Oakton Street, Skokie, IL 60077
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995 Waukegan Road, Glenview, IL 60025
7701 Lincoln Avenue, Skokie, IL 60077
4300 North Narragansett Avenue, Chicago, IL 60634
1722 Milwaukee Ave, Glenview, Illinois 60025-1441
9603 Woods Drive, Skokie, IL 60077
9603 Woods Drive, Skokie, IL 60077
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Local events

Jan
26
Old St. Pat's Book Group
The Book Cellar, Monday, January 26 at 7pm
Join Old St. Pat's Book Group as they discuss Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman!

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jan
26
WILLIAM URY
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Monday, January 26 at 7pm
Getting to Yes with Yourself and Other Worthy Opponents

Ury, founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, speaks on the subject of his brand-new book that offers six steps to getting what one wants in life, including tips, strategies, and techniques that can be used by everyone, every day, in every situation. Luncheon.

Location: Street: Highland Park Public Library Additional: 494 Laurel Avenue City: Highland Parl, Province: Illinois Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jan
26
Cover to Cover Book Group
Anderson's Bookshop - Naperville, Monday, January 26 at 7pm
COVER TO COVER BOOK GROUP

Anderson’s welcomes the Pageturners Book Group, a club that focuses on non-fiction books. This month’s title is Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time of Being. For more information on the book group, please call Kathy (630) 355-2665. MONDAY, JANUARY 26 at 7:00 PM Anderson's Two Doors East | 111 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville

Location: Street: Anderson's Two Doors East Additional: 111 W. Jefferson Avenue City: Naperville, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60540 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jan
26
Classics Book Group
The Book Cellar, Monday, January 26 at 7:30pm
Come join the Classics Book Group as they discuss The Titan by Theodore Dreiser!

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jan
27
WILLIAM URY
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Tuesday, January 27 at 12pm
Getting to Yes with Yourself and Other Worthy Opponents

Ury, founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, speaks on the subject of his brand-new book that offers six steps to getting what one wants in life, including tips, strategies, and techniques that can be used by everyone, every day, in every situation. Luncheon.

Location: Street: University Club of Chicago, 76 E Monroe Street City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jan
27
Eric Posner and Geoffrey Stone - "The Twilight of International Human Rights Law" - International House
Seminary Co-op Bookstore, Tuesday, January 27 at 6pm
Partnering with the International House and the Law School, the Seminary Co-op is pleased to present Eric Posner and Geoffrey Stone. The discussion on Posner's latest The Twilight of International Human Rights Law will take place at the International House on January 15, at 6pm.

Countries solemnly intone their commitment to human rights, and they ratify endless international treaties and conventions designed to signal that commitment. At the same time, there has been no marked decrease in human rights violations, even as the language of human rights has become the dominant mode of international moral criticism. Well-known violators like Libya, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan have sat on the U.N. Council on Human Rights. But it's not just the usual suspects that flagrantly disregard the treaties. Brazil pursues extrajudicial killings. South Africa employs violence against protestors. India tolerate child labor and slavery. The United States tortures.

In The Twilight of Human Rights Law--the newest addition to Oxford's highly acclaimedInalienable Rights series edited by Geoffrey Stone--the eminent legal scholar Eric A. Posner argues that purposefully unenforceable human rights treaties are at the heart of the world's failure to address human rights violations. Because countries fundamentally disagree about what the public good requires and how governments should allocate limited resources in order to advance it, they have established a regime that gives them maximum flexibility--paradoxically characterized by a huge number of vague human rights that encompass nearly all human activity, along with weak enforcement machinery that churns out new rights but cannot enforce any of them. Posner looks to the foreign aid model instead, contending that we should judge compliance by comprehensive, concrete metrics like poverty reduction, instead of relying on ambiguous, weak, and easily manipulated checklists of specific rights.

With a powerful thesis, a concise overview of the major developments in international human rights law, and discussions of recent international human rights-related controversies, The Twilight of Human Rights Law is an indispensable contribution to this important area of international law from a leading scholar in the field.

Eric A. Posner teaches at the University of Chicago. He has written nine books and more than one hundred articles on international law, constitutional law, and other topics. He has written opinion pieces for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New Republic, Slate,and other popular media. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a member of the American Law Institute

Geoffrey Stone joined the faculty at the University of Chicago Law SChool in 1973, after serving as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. He later served as Dean of the Law School from 1987 to 1994, and Provost of the University of Chicago from 1994 to 2002. Stone is the author of many books on constitutional law, including Speaking Out: Reflections of Law, Liberty and Justice; Top Secret: When Our Government Keeps Us in the Dark; War and Liberty: An American Dilemma; Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime; and Eternally Vigilant: Free Speech in the Modern Era.

Location: Street: 1414 E 59th St City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60637-1507 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
27
Sian Beilock - "How the Body Knows Its Mind" - Illinois Science Council
Seminary Co-op Bookstore, Tuesday, January 27 at 6pm
The Illinois Science Council and the Seminary Co-op Bookstore will host Sian Beilock in a discussion of her latest book, How the Body Knows Its Mind, downtown on January 27.

Click here to RSVP.

Location: Street: 175 W. Washington St. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60602 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jan
27
WILLIAM URY
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Tuesday, January 27 at 7pm
Getting to Yes with Yourself and Other Worthy Opponents

Ury, founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, speaks on the subject of his brand-new book that offers six steps to getting what one wants in life, including tips, strategies, and techniques that can be used by everyone, every day, in every situation.

Location: Street: Evanston Public Library, 1703 Orrington City: Evanston, Province: Illinois Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jan
27
Mac Barnett & Jory John
Anderson's Bookshop - Naperville, Tuesday, January 27 at 7pm
JORY JOHN & Mac Barnett So much fun is in store for kids when Mac Barnett & Jory John stop in with their new title, The terrible two. It's prankster against prankster in an epic war of trickery, until the funny foes finally decide to join forces and pull off the biggest prank ever seen. Middle grade readers will love this one!

• This is an in-store event. To receive a number for the signing line purchase a copy of The terrible two from Anderson's Bookshop. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 at 7:00 PM Anderson's Bookshop Naperville | 123 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville

Location: Street: Anderson's Bookshop Naperville Additional: 123 W Jefferson Ave City: Naperville, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60540 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
27
**OFFSITE** Neil deGrasse Tyson @ Auditorium Theatre
The Book Cellar, Tuesday, January 27 at 7:30pm
Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, award-winning astrophysicist, author, and host of FOX's Cosmos, is the recipient of eighteen honorary doctorates and the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, the highest award given by NASA to a non-government citizen. His contributions to the public appreciation of the cosmos have been recognized by the International Astronomical Union in their official naming of asteroid 13123 Tyson. On the lighter side, Tyson was voted Sexiest Astrophysicist Alive by People Magazine in 2000. Join Dr. Tyson for an evening of engaging conversation on science, exploration and the world as we know it.

Click here for tickets.

Location: Street: 50 E Congress Parkway City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60605 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
28
Special Story time at Gus Giordano Dance School
Women & Children First, Wednesday, January 28 at 10:30am
During our renovation, we'll be holding our weekly Story time at Gus Giordano Dance School (5230 N Clark Street). Perfect for ages 2 to 4, the event will include dance stories and activities!

Location: Street: 5230 N Clark Street City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60640-2122 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Jan
28
Richard Maxwell - "Theater for Beginners" - with Lin Hixson
Seminary Co-op Bookstore, Wednesday, January 28 at 6pm
Chicago native returns from New York City to discuss his newest title, Theater for Beginnersi, the latest step in his wildly successful drama career. Richard Maxwell, of Illinois State University and co-founder of the Cook County Theater Department, is the Artistic Director of the New York City Players. A playwright and director, Maxwell is the recipient of numerous awards including a Guggenheim Fellowship and Obie Award, and his plays have been comissioned and performed in over sixteen countries. He is considered by The New Yorker to be "one of the strongest directors out there--an artist committed to making us see the world for what it is." Read The New Yorker's interview with Richard Maxwell here, and about his recieving the Guggenheim Fellowship here. Richard Maxwell will be joined by longtime friend and fellow dramatist Lin Hixson, professor at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and co-founder of the Chicago theater company, Every House Has a Door.

Location: Street: 5751 S Woodlawn Ave. City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60637-1507 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
28
Rachel Louise Snyder
ANDERSON'S BOOKSHOP, Wednesday, January 28 at unknown time
Rachel Louise Snyder is a writer, radio commentator, and professor of creative writing at American University. Her first book, Fugitive Denim: A Moving Story of People and Pants in the Borderless World of Global Trade, was featured on more than two dozen public-radio programs across the United States, including This American Life, Marketplace, and the World. She has contributed regularly to NPR’s All Things Considered and she hosted the public radio series’ Global Guru, and Latitudes. Her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Slate, Salon, The Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the New Republic, and many others. Originally from Chicago, she has lived in Boston, London, and Phnom Penh, and currently lives in Washington, DC, with her husband and daughter. She received her MFA from Emerson College. What We’ve Lost Is Nothing is her first novel. (added from Simon & Schuster)… (more)
Jan
28
Kate Messner
Anderson's Bookshop - Naperville, Wednesday, January 28 at 7pm
Kate Messner

A pencil with All the Answers? That’s what I’m talking about! In All the Answers, that’s the amazing capability found in young Ava’s pencil. Meet author Kate Messner with her newest children’s book.

• This is an in-store event. To receive a number for the signing line purchase a copy of All the Answers from Anderson's Bookshop. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28 at 7:00 PM Anderson's Bookshop Naperville | 123 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville

Location: Street: Anderson's Bookshop Naperville Additional: 123 W Jefferson Ave City: Naperville, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60540 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
28
Language Matters with Bob Holman: A Celebration of Mother Tongues
The Poetry Foundation, Wednesday, January 28 at 7pm
There are over 6,000 languages remaining in the world. We lose one every two weeks. Noted filmmaker David Grubin and poet Bob Holman have teamed up to produce Language Matters, a two-hour documentary that asks: What do we lose when a language dies? What does it take to save a language?

In anticipation of the show's airing on WTTW, join Grubin and Holman, along with poets Peter Cook and Parsino Carlos Peynetsa for an evening of performances, film clips, and discussion about endangered languages.

Presented in partnership with WTTW. (lilithcat)
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Jan
29
ELIZABETH EULBERG
The Book Stall at Chestnut Court, Thursday, January 29 at 4:30pm
After-school Tea at the store

We Can Work It Out

It’s on its way! The highly anticipated sequel to Ms. Eulberg’s bestselling first novel The Lonely Hearts Club. We’re delighted to host Ms. Eulberg just days after the book’s release. Don’t miss this chance to hear one of our favorite YA authors. We’re always delighted to host her!

Location: Street: 811 Elm Street City: Winnetka, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60093-2236 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
29
Laurence Ralph - "Renegade Dreams" - CIS
Seminary Co-op Bookstore, Thursday, January 29 at 5pm
The Center for International Studies is hosting Laurence Ralph on his latest title, and the Seminary Co-op Bookstore will be providing book sales. Every morning Chicagoans wake up to the same stark headlines that read like some macabre score: "13 shot, 4 dead overnight across the city," and nearly every morning the same elision occurs: what of the nine other victims? As with war, much of our focus on inner-city violence is on the death toll, but the reality is that far more victims live to see another day and must cope with their injuries--both physical and psychological--for the rest of their lives. Renegade dreams is their story. Walking the streets of one of Chicago's most violent neighborhoods--where the local gang has been active for more than fifty years--Laurence Ralph talks with people whose lives are irrecoverably damaged, seeking to understand how they cope and how they can be better helped. Going deep into a West Side neighborhood most Chicagoans only know from news reports--a place where children have been shot just for crossing the wrong street--Ralph unearths the fragile humanity that fights to stay alive there, to thrive, against all odds. He talks to mothers, grandmothers, and pastors, to activists and gang leaders, to the maimed and the hopeful, to aspiring rappers, athletes, or those who simply want safe passage to school or a steady job. Gangland Chicago, he shows, is as complicated as ever. It's not just a warzone but a community, a place where people's dreams are projected against the backdrop of unemployment, dilapidated housing, incarceration, addiction, and disease, the many hallmarks of urban poverty that harden like so many scars in their lives. Recounting their stories, he wrestles with what it means to be an outsider in a place like this, whether or not his attempt to understand, to help, might not in fact inflict its own damage. Ultimately he shows that the many injuries these people carry--like dreams--are a crucial form of resilience, and that we should all think about the ghetto differently, not as an abandoned island of unmitigated violence and its helpless victims but as a neighborhood, full of homes, as a part of the larger society in which we all live, together, among one another. Laurence is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anthropology and African and African American Studies at Harvard University. He is the author of Renegade dreams: Living Through Injury in Gangland Chicago (University of Chicago Press). He holds a PhD and Master of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Institute of Technology where he majored in History, Technology and Society. Classics 110

Location: Street: 1010 59th St City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60637-1507 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
29
Polarity Theatre Ensemble presents THE AFTERLIFE TRILOGY
The Book Cellar, Thursday, January 29 at 7pm
Join Us for THE AFTERLIFE TRILOGY 7 pm Thursday January 29 at The Book Cellar! Polarity Ensemble Theatre introduces a new way to experience theater with The Afterlife Trilogy: two novels to be read before seeing a play. Join us for a free book launch event at The Book Cellar. Actors Rian Jairell, Allison McCorkle, Margo Chervony and Richard Engling perform scenes from the novels adapted and directed by Helen Young and Charles C. Palia Jr. To learn more, visit The Afterlife Trilogy. Why does a beautiful, talented woman take her own life? That's the mystery behind Richard Engling's VISIONS OF ANNA, a novel that takes us to the 1970's Paris of poets and writers, on and off a movie set in Hollywood, and to an epic ritual in the desert of Utah. Part two takes us deeper into the mystery with SHE PLAYS IN DARKNESS, a novel by Fern Chertkow, the author who inspired the character of ANNA. Part three takes us to the ultimate setting with ANNA IN THE AFTERLIFE, a world premiere play by Richard Englingwhich will open in April 2015.

About Visions of Anna: "Matthew Harken's urgent questions about his friend Anna's suicide and his own critical illness compel him to risk a perilous, spiritual quest. Hisheartrending, heart-opening journey through the interwoven worlds of memory, dream, and shamanic magic lead him not only to visions of Anna but to visions of grace. This passionate, poignant novel stands alone strongly and invites us deeper into the mystery of The Afterlife Trilogy." -Elizabeth Cunningham, author of The Maeve Chronicles.

"She Plays in Darkness is an exquisitely beautiful and haunting novel filled with such fully developed characters that readers will not soon forget them. This is a book to cherish, to re-read, the kind of novel that avoids sentimentality so fiercely that readers will give copies to their friends and tell them, 'Read this, this is a how a woman's life truly is.'" -Tony Ardizzone, author of The Whale Chaser

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
29
Rachel Louise Snyder
Oak Park Public Library - Main Library, Thursday, January 29 at 7pm
Rachel Louise Snyder is a writer, radio commentator, and professor of creative writing at American University. Her first book, Fugitive Denim: A Moving Story of People and Pants in the Borderless World of Global Trade, was featured on more than two dozen public-radio programs across the United States, including This American Life, Marketplace, and the World. She has contributed regularly to NPR’s All Things Considered and she hosted the public radio series’ Global Guru, and Latitudes. Her writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Slate, Salon, The Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the New Republic, and many others. Originally from Chicago, she has lived in Boston, London, and Phnom Penh, and currently lives in Washington, DC, with her husband and daughter. She received her MFA from Emerson College. What We’ve Lost Is Nothing is her first novel. (added from Simon & Schuster)… (more)
Jan
30
Special YA Panel Event
Anderson's Bookshop - Naperville, Friday, January 30 at 6:30pm
SPECIAL YA PANEL EVENT Thanks to the Midwinter American Library Association conference going on in Chicago, we are surrounded by wonderful authors over this weekend! First up is our special YA panel this evening. Expect to meet Ally Carter (Embassy Row #1 All Fall Down), Elizabeth Eulberg (We Can Work it Out), and David Levithan (21 Proms), all well-regarded young adult writers.

This is an in-store event. To receive a number for the signing line purchase a copy of one of the author's latest books from Anderson's Bookshop. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 at 6:30 PM Anderson's Bookshop Naperville | 123 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville

Location: Street: Anderson's Bookshop Naperville Additional: 123 W Jefferson Ave City: Naperville, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60540 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
30
Scott Blackwood "See How Small"
The Book Cellar, Friday, January 30 at 7pm
Join us as we welcom author Scott Blackwood in a conversation with Chicago Tribune literary editor Elizabeth Taylor about his new novel, See How Small. One late autumn evening in a Texas town, two strangers walk into an ice cream shop shortly before closing time. They bind up the three teenage girls who are working the counter, set fire to the shop, and disappear. See How Small tells the stories of the survivors--family, witnesses, and suspects--who must endure in the wake of atrocity. Justice remains elusive in their world, human connection tenuous. Hovering above the aftermath of their deaths are the three girls. They watch over the town and make occasional visitations, trying to connect with and prod to life those they left behind. "See How Small a thing it is that keeps us apart," they say. A master of compression and lyrical precision, Scott Blackwood has surpassed himself with this haunting, beautiful, and enormously powerful new novel.

Scott Blackwood is the author of the novels See How Small and We Agreed to Meet Just Here, and the story collection, In the Shadow of Our House. He's the recipient of a Whiting Writers' Award, the AWP Prize for the Novel, and The Texas Institute of Letters Award for his fiction. He's also the Grammy Award-nominated author of The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, a two-volume narrative about American’s greatest “race record” label and the rise of early jazz and blues, produced by the musician Jack White. A long-time resident of Austin, Texas, Blackwood lives in Evanston.

Location: Street: 4736-38 N Lincoln Ave City: Chicago, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60625 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
30
Paula Hawkins
Anderson's Bookshop - Naperville, Friday, January 30 at 7pm
Paula Hawkins

One of the BEST thrillers our own Becky Anderson has read in ages is The Girl on the Train by tonight’s visiting author, Paula Hawkins. Bet you’ll love it too! Interest is high and this one has already been optioned for a film.

• This is an in-store event. To receive a number for the signing line purchase a copy book from Anderson's Bookshop. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 at 7:00 PM Anderson's Bookshop Naperville | 123 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville

Location: Street: Anderson's Bookshop Naperville Additional: 123 W Jefferson Ave City: Naperville, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60540 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Jan
30
Lydia's Party - Reading & Signing
Women & Children First, Friday, January 30 at 7pm
Join us for the paperback release of Lydia's Party,the newest novel by local author Margaret Hawkins. Every year, Lydia hosts a party for six of her dearest friends. Over an exquisite feast, the women share news and reveal secrets. But at this year's party, Lydia is planning to make a big announcement. As preparations for the party continue, we learn of the women's regrets, relationships, and hidden desires. What effect will Lydia's announcement make on these women and their friendships? Margaret Hawkins is the author of two previous novels, A Year of Cats and Dogs and How to Survive a Natural Disaster, as well as a memoir about her sister, After Schizophrenia: The Story of My Sister's Reawakening. She has also written for the Chicago Sun-Times and is a senior lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. (lilithcat)… (more)
Event location: Swedish-American Museum, 5211 N. Clark, Chicago, IL
Jan
30
Special Adult Panel Event
Anderson's Bookshop - Naperville, Friday, January 30 at 7:30pm
SPECIAL ADULT PANEL EVENT

Part II of our terrific line-up of authors is our special group of adult author guests. Details to come, but plan on joining us to meet some fabulous novelists, thanks to the Midwinter American Library Association conference going on in Chicago. Expect to meet Paula Hawkins (The girl on the train), Cecilia Eckback (Wolf Winter), Elizabeth Blackwell (While Beauty Slept), Jacqueline Carey (Autumn Bones), Chloe Neil (Hard Bitten, Twice Bitten) and Beth Kery (Since I Saw You).

• This is an in-store event. To receive a number for the signing line purchase a copy of one of the author's latest books from Anderson's Bookshop. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 at 7:30 PM Anderson's Two Doors East | 111 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville

Location: Street: Anderson's Bookshop Naperville Additional: 123 W Jefferson Ave City: Naperville, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60540 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Jan
31
Saturday Storytime
Anderson's Bookshop - Naperville, Saturday, January 31 at 11am
SATURDAY STORYTIME

With the American Library Association in town, we are presenting a very special Saturday Storytime. Expect to meet Darlene Jacobson (Wheels of Change), Lori Degman (Cock-a-Doodle Oops!), Deborah Zemke (illustrator of Cock-a-Doodle-Oops), Marcia Goldman and Lola the dog (Lola Goes to the Doctor). SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 at 11:00 AM Anderson's Bookshop Naperville | 123 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville

Location: Street: Anderson's Bookshop Naperville Additional: 123 W Jefferson Ave City: Naperville, Province: Illinois Postal Code: 60540 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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