Children's Book Week -- May 13-19, 2013
A Nationwide Celebration of Books and Reading Since 1919
From May 13-19, 2013, official Children's Book Week events will be hosted in 50+ cities across the country! Each event features multiple authors and illustrators and all are open to the public. Attendees receive complimentary Children’s Book Week posters and tote bags (while supplies last).
View images of some of the fabulous literacy celebrations held during Children's Book Week 2012 on the CBC's Facebook page.
Official Events 2013
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Event venues are listed in alphabetical order by state.
Page and Palette
May 15: Fancy Nancy mobile tour with Children's Choice Book Awards Illustrator of the Year finalist, Robin Preiss Glasser (Fancy Nancy: Fanciest Doll in the Universe). Details here.
Changing Hands Bookstore
May 11, 10am: Puppet Storytime! Kids of all ages are invited to join us for stories, puppets, and crafts.
May 11, 6pm: James A. Owen (Drawing Out the Dragons)
May 12, 1pm: Teens and adults are invited to participate in a sign language workshop with Cindy Ashcraft.
May 14, 7pm: Claudia White (Aesop's Secret)
May 16, 10:15am: Preschool Storytime
May 17, 7pm: Jewell Parker Rhodes (Sugar)
May 18, 10am: Emily Randolph (Dogs are Just Like You)
May 14, 4pm: Summer Reading Adventure Popsicle Party! Kids and their parents will find out about the hottest new titles for middle readers!
May 18, 11am: Meet author/illustrator Salina Yoon, who will be reading and signing the newest Penguin adventure, Penguin on Vacation as well as Penguin and Pinecone. Party activities include: papercrafts, photo-op with life-sized Penguin, raffles, and treats!
Children's Book World
May 13, 6pm: Dinner with Eoin Colfer (W.A.R.P.: The Reluctant Assassin); ticketed restaurant event, ages 10 - adult
May 15, 10:30am: John Rocco (Super Hair-O and the Barber of Doom); public invited to author talk at school location, ages 4 - 8
May 18, 10:30am: Storytime and Musical Extravagnaza with John Horvath (Dig, Dogs, Dig: A Construction Tale) and Andrew and Polly
May 18, 2:30pm: Author talk with Jenny Lee (Elvis and the Underdogs) and visit with Caroline Sunshine and Adam Irigoyen from Disney Channels's Shake It Up
May 13, 4:30pm: Adam Macauley at Books Inc. Alameda
May 13, 4:30pm: Deborah Underwood at Books Inc. Palo Alto
May 14, 4pm: Marissa Moss at Books Inc. Mountain View
May 14, 6pm: Book Busters Middle Reader Book Book Club (ages 12+) will discuss The Emerald Key at Books Inc. Palo Alto (NOTE: Author will not be present.)
May 14, 7:30pm: Michelle Tea at Books Inc. Castro for her YA Book Launch
May 15, 6pm: Storytime with Elissa Guest and Abigail Halpin (Bella's Rules) at Books Inc. Laurel Village
May 16, 3:30pm: Books Bites early reader storytime at Books Inc. Laurel Village (NOTE: Author will not be present.)
May 17, 7pm: Anne Nesbet book launch at Books Inc. Berkeley
May 18, 11am: Storytime with Jim Averbeck and Bethanie Murguia at Oh My Gosh, Stories! at Books Inc. in the Marina
May 18, 4pm: Sue Fliess (Tons of Trucks) at Books Inc. Mountain View
May 19, 11am: Ji Li Jiang at Books Inc. Burlingame
May 19, 1pm: Wild Girls Mother Daughter Book Club will discuss The Center of Everything at 1pm at Books Inc. Laurel Village (NOTE: Author will not be present.)
Tattered Cover Book Store
May 13, 6pm: Children's Book Week Kick-Off event with Trevor Pryce (An Army of Frogs) at Highlands Ranch
May 14, 10:30am: Sock Puppet Storytime at Colfax Avenue
May 16, 7pm: Brandon Sanderson (The Rithmatist) at Highlands Ranch
May 16, 7pm: Middle Grade/Young Adult Author Panel Discussion with Donna Cooner, Emily Hainsworth, Darby Karchut, Jeannie Mobley, and Phyllis J. Perry. This event will be held at the Colfax Avenue location and is sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators (RMCSCBWI).
May 18, 10:30am: Picture Book Storytime and Signing with Leslie Ann Clark, Carmela LaVigna Coyle, Julie Danneberg, and Claudia Cangilla McAdam. This event will take place at Highlands Ranch and is sponsored by RMCSCBWI.
May 14, 4:30pm: La Cucarachita Martina/Martina the Little Roach, a production from Teatro SEA, Society of the Educational Arts. This program will be held in the Library’s Community Room and tickets will be distributed 15 minutes before the performance.
May 16, 4pm: Melissa Guion, author and illustrator of Baby Penguins Everywhere, will visit Darien Library for a read-aloud, arts and crafts, and some penguin fun! Register online at darienlibrary.org/youth.
Books & Books
Books & Books Museum of Art
Books & Books
May 11, 1pm: J. J. Ferrer (The Art of Stone Skipping and Other Fun Old-Time Games)
Little Shop of Stories
May 14, 7pm: Lurlene McDaniel (The Year of Luminous Love)
May 16, 7pm: Class Acts Tour with authors Jarrett J. Krosoczka, Christopher Healy, and Soman Chainani
Magic Tree Bookstore
May 17, 7pm: YA Author Panel and Signing featuring Mike Mullin (Ashen Winter, Ashfall) and Kathryn J. Atwood (Women Heroes of World War II)
May 18, 2pm: Middle Grade Author Panel with Andrea Beaty (Dorko the Magnificent), Jerome Pohlen (Oddball Illinois), Liesl Shurtliff (Rump), Amy Timberlake (One Came Home), and Hilary Wagner (The Nightshade Chronicles)
The Bookstall at Chestnut Court
April 15, 4:30pm: After School Special with Elizabeth Eulberg. Enjoy an informal discussion and after-school snack with the author of Prom and Prejudice and Take a Bow as she presents her new book, The Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality. The event is free, but space is limited. Call 847-446-8880 to reserve your spot.
April 18, 11am: Award-winning author/illustrator (and Winnetka native) Josh Schneider, author of Tales for Very Picky Eaters, joins us for a party to celebrate his new book, The Meanest Birthday Girl. We will serve cake, and no meaness is allowed.
Ouachita Parish Public Library
May 14, 4pm: Stacy Albritton (The Diary of Marie Landry, Acadian Exile) at the Main Branch
May 14, 4:30pm: Leah Rae Miller (The Summer I Became a Nerd) at the J.R. Searcy Memorial Branch
May 15, time TBA: Ashley Elston (The Rules for Disappearing) at the Main Branch
The Children's Bookstore
Gaithersburg Book Festival
May 18, 10am-6pm: Award-winning children’s and teen authors will speak about their recent books and interact with audiences in the Jim Henson and Willa Cather Pavilions throughout the day. Each presentation will be followed by a book signing. In the GBF Children’s Village, you will also find a literary sea of activities, workshops and performances brought to us by multiple sponsors. They are designed to engage and stimulate your child’s book curiosity and interest in reading and writing.
Free Children's Workshops
May 14, 4pm: Baseball Double Header with Matt Tavares (Becoming Babe Ruth) and David Kelly (Ballpark Mysteries)
May 15, 10am: Storytime & Crafts: Rhoda's Ocean with Gallery 55
May 18, 4pm: "So You Want to Write a Book..." Panel for young writers, featuring local authors
May 13-17, 9am-5pm: Original Illustration Exhibit
Watertown Free Public Library
May 14, 4-6pm: From the Heart: Illustrating Across Race & Culture - Primary Source and Charlesbridge host author-illustrator Anne Sibley O'Brien! Details here. RSVP required to firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Louis County Library
May 14, 7pm: Ridley Pearson (Kingdom Keepers VI: Dark Passage) at the Daniel Boone Branch. Books for signing will be available for purchase from Left Bank Books.
May 15, 7pm: Antony John (Elemental) & Heather Brewer (The Slayer Chronicles: Second Chance) at the Daniel Boone Branch. Books for signing will be available for purchase from Left Bank Books.
May 17, 7pm: St. Louis County Library and Barnes and Noble present Eoin Colfer (Artimis Fowl, W.A.R.P.: The Reluctant Assassin) at the Library Headquarters Auditorium. Books for signing will be available for purchase from Barnes and Noble.
May 18, 10am: Jennifer Ward (What Will Hatch?) at the Daniel Boone Branch. Doors open at 9am. Books for signing will be available for purchase from Left Bank Books.
May 18, 2pm: Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano (A Black Hole is NOT A Hole) at Headquarters. Doors open at 1:30pm, pre-event activities begin at 2pm and will be provided by the St. Louis Science Center. Books for signing will be available for purchase from Left Bank Books.
Fact & Fiction
The Clinton Book Shop
May 15, 11am: Children's Book Week Reading and Activity Time with Leeza Hernandez
May 18, 11am: Greg Pizzoli (The Watermelon Seed)
May 11, 4pm: Susan Verde and Peter H. Reynolds, author and illustrator of The Museum
May 18, 11am: Denise Dowling Mortensen, author of Bug Patrol
For the Children’s Book Week Party on Saturday May 18, Greenlight will offer 15% off on all children’s books all day long. To highlight the talents of multiple great children’s book illustrators, the store will host two rounds of Artist Battles, at 11 AM and 3 PM. Artists will take turns creating drawings of subjects determined by the audience of kids, showing off their different styles – the audience can pick their favorites! Afterward all illustrators will be available to sign books and chat with young readers.
11 AM Illustrator Art Battles:
Melissa Guion (Baby Penguins Everywhere)
Sergio Ruzzier (Bear & Bee)
Sophie Blackall (The Mighty Lalouche)
Melissa Iwai (Hush, Little Monster)
3 PM Illustrator Art Battles:
Selina Alko (B Is for Brooklyn)
George O’Connor (The Olympians series)
Betsy Lewin (Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type)
Paul O. Zelinsky (Z Is for Moose)
Greenlight has also coordinated school visits to be held each weekday of Children's Book Week!
Little Joe's Bookstore
May 16, 4:30pm: Children's Book Week storytime
Little Joe's is running a reading challenge for elementary and middle school students! Readers can choose from a selection of 50 titles, and will receive a 1lb bag of Jelly Belly jelly beans upon completion!
Beginning readers (ages 5-6) have to read 10 books from their selection list. Book titles include Alyssa Capucilli's Biscuit and Katy Duck series, Tedd Arnold's Fly Guy series, Victoria Kann's Pinkilicious early readers, and even some superhero titles.
Beginning chapter book readers (ages 7-9) will have to read 6 books from their selection list. Some choices are Dan Gutman's My Weird School series, The Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne, the Amelia Bedelia Chapter Books by Herman Parish and Lynne Avril, as well as Galaxy Zack, Stink the Incredible Shrinking Kid by Megan McDonnell and Peter H. Reynolds, and the Heidi Hecklebeck series by Wanda Coven.
Intermediate Readers (ages 8-12) will also have to read 6 books. We've chosen to include some classics like Matilda and Charlotte's Web, as well as some new great titles like Chris Colfer's Land of Stories and Jerry Spinelli's Hokey Pokey.
The Voracious Reader
May 14, 4pm: Meet Bean Dog and Nugget at an Afternoon Cookie Party! Charise Mericle Harper (Just Grace series, Wedgie Man series ) introduces her two newest and possibly most lovable characters: Bean Dog and Nugget, the stars of a highly entertaining series for early readers and fans of graphic novels. A $10.00 fee covers one book, a large decorated cookie and materials. Sign up now!
May 16, 6:30pm: A visit from Sara Zarr (The Lucy Variations) The event fee of $10.00 includes pizza and a $5.00 coupon towards purchase of her newest book.
Eloise at the Plaza
Eloise at The Plaza is proud to partner with Every Child a Reader (ECAR). Events will take place in the Library at Eloise at the Plaza. Due to limited capacity, reservations are strongly suggested (by phone: 212-546-5460, or email: Eloise@theplazany.com).
May 14, 4pm: Fiona Robinson (3-2-1 Detective Agency) reading and signing
May 15, 4pm: Grace Maccarone (Miss Lina’s Ballerinas) reading and signing
May 16, 4pm: Betsy Lewin (You Can Do It!) and Ted Lewin (Look!) reading and signing
The Scholastic Store
May 18, 3pm: A Picture Perfect Afternoon!
The Scholastic Store is rolling out the red carpet for five authors and illustrators! Meet Mark Teague, author of The Three Little Pigs and the Somewhat Bad Wolf and illustrator of the How Do Dinosaurs... series, Matthew Reinhart, paper engineer and bestselling author of Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy, Nicholas Blechman, illustrator of Night Light, PLUS the author and illustrator of Lucky Ducklings, Eva Moore and Nancy Carpenter!
May 16, 7pm: 2013 May Hill Arbuthnot Lecture
Michael Morpurgo, author of War Horse, will present the 2013 May Hill Arbuthnot Lecture. Presented by the American Library Association’s Association for Library Service to Children and hosted by Nazareth College and the Youth Services Section of the New York Library Association, the Arbuthnot Lecture is open to the public with free tickets available from NYLA/YSS. Visit the NYLA website for more information.
May 18, 9am-5pm: Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival
The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will celebrate its eighth year with a line-up of more than 30 nationally-known authors with incredible appeal to tweens and teens. The festival is held on the campus of Nazareth College.
All throughout the month of April, kids and teens can come into Malaprop’s to cast their vote in Children's Choice Book Awards and be entered to win prizes!
May 11, 3pm: The Artful Parent: A hands-on children's event with Jean Van'T Hul
May 18, 3pm: Children's Book Week celebration with author Audrey Penn (The Kissing Hand) and illustrator Sherry Neidigh (Deep in the Desert)
May 18, 5pm: Children's Book Week Celebration with J.E. Thompson (The Girl From Felony Bay)
May 25, 3pm: May Birthday-Themed Storytime, celebrating authors with birthdays in May including Arnold Lobel, Margaret Wise Brown, and Leo Leonni! Recommended for ages 4-10 but all are welcome.
May 31, 7pm: Meet YA novelists Lurlene McDaniel (The Year of Luminous Love) and Lauren Morrill (Meant to Be)
Blue Ridge Books
May 18, 1-2:30pm: Carole Gerber (Annie Jump Cannon, Astronomer) book signing
May 18, 11-4pm: Children's Art projects inspired by Carole Gerber's books Spring Blossoms and Seeds, Bees, Butterflies, and More
May 18, 10-10:30am: Photos with Wild Thing
May 18, 4-4:30pm: Photos with Wild Thing
Best of Books
May 18, 11am-12pm: Choctaw Storyteller & Author Tim Tingle
In celebration of Children's Book Week, Oklahoma Choctaw Tim Tingle of Canyon Lake, Texas, will speak about his new juvenile novel, How I Became A Ghost and autograph copies of the book at Best of Books. The signing is free and open to the public.
Full Circle Bookstore
May 19, 3-4:30pm: Choctaw Storyteller & Author Tim Tingle
In celebration of Children's Book Week, Oklahoma Choctaw Tim Tingle of Canyon Lake, Texas, will speak about his new juvenile novel, How I Became A Ghost and autograph copies of the book at Full Circle Bookstore. The signing is free and open to the public.
Brace Books & More
May 18, 2-3:30pm: Choctaw Storyteller & Author Tim Tingle
In celebration of Children's Book Week, Oklahoma Choctaw Tim Tingle of Canyon Lake, Texas, will speak about his new juvenile novel, How I Became A Ghost and autograph copies of the book at Brace Books & More. The signing is free and open to the public.
May 19, 2-3:30pm: Oklahoma Children's Author Barbara Hay
In celebration of Children's Book Week, Oklahoma children's author Barbara Hay of Ponca City will give a short reading from her new juvenile novel, The Bulldoggers Club — The Tale of the Ill-Gotten Catfish, and autograph copies of the book at Brace Books & More in Ponca City. The author of the acclaimed children's book Lesson of the White Eagle, Hay will autograph copies of this first book in her new Bulldoggers Club series and share behind-the-scenes stories about where the series will be going in Book 2, which is due in bookstores in Fall 2013. The signing is free and open to the public.
Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing
May 14, 7pm: Middle Readers Night with Heather Vogel Frederick (Once Upon a Toad and Spy Mice Series), Dana Reinhardt (Odessa Again), and Robyn Parnell (The Mighty Quinn)
May 15, 7pm: Picture Books Night with Terry Catasus Jennings (Gopher to the Rescue: A Volcano Recovery Story), Rachel Coddington & Jolby (Monsters Under Bridges), and Nancy Coffelt (Uh-Oh, Baby!)
May 16, 7pm: Young Adult Night with Chelsea Pitcher (The S-Word) and Laura Whitcomb (Under the Light)
May 10, 7:30pm: Girls' Night Out with Elizabeth LaBan (The Tragedy Paper)
May 14 and 15: The lucky winners of the Win a Visit with Amy Ignatow at Your School contest will receive their visit from Amy Ignatow (The Popularity Papers)!
May 16, 11am: Cookies and Storytime with Miss Debbie
Lansdowne Public Library
May 10: The Lansdowne Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a family movie night! The library will be there with information about Children’s Book Week and Summer Reading. At dusk stay tuned for the movie Brave. Bring a picnic dinner, blankets and enjoy the show!
May 13, 11am: Meet Pippi Longstocking! Introduce children to the adventures of Sweden’s favorite storybook hero, Pippi Longstocking. In this fun and interactive program, children will act out Pippi’s antics by becoming “thing finders,” playing Pippi’s games, creating a Dala horse craft and tasting Pippi’s famous cookies – pepparkakor. (Preschool to First Grade)
May 13, 4pm: Make your own Automaton (inspired by Brian Selznick's The Invention of Hugo Cabret) with the Inventors Club.
May 15, 6pm: Sleepytime Tales with special guest reader Eileen Spinelli
May 16, 10:30am: Wee Reads
May 16, 4pm: Dig Into Summer book signing with Kathleen Wainwright
May 17, 4pm: Artful Words: Create word art
Get spotted reading and win a prize!
May 15, 6-8pm: Special presentation and book signing by bestselling authors Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black, creators of The Spiderwick Chronicles! The first fifty guests will receive a free, limited edition sketchbook! To accommodate the large audience that is expected for this event, the presentation and book signing will be held in an event space adjacent to the store. For more information, please call Barrington Books at 401-245-7925.
May 16, 10am: Mary Jane Begin, author and illustator of My Little Pony: Under the Sparkling Sea, will read her new book and do a special My Little Pony drawing demonstration.
May 17, 6:30-8pm: Middle Grade Authors Night, featuring readings, signings, and Q&A with four award-winning children's novelists. The author panel includes Kimberly Newton Fusco (Beholding Bee), Lynda Mullaly Hunt (One for the Murphys), Ammi-Joan Paquette (Nowhere Girl), and Kristen Tracy (The Reinvention of Bessica Lefter).
The Booksellers at Laurelwood
May 14, 6:00pm: Vince Vawter (Paperboy) signing and discussion.
May 15, 11:00am: Story time with Miss Marjorie
May 16, 12:00pm: Story time with Miss Marjorie
May 14, 1:30pm: "Let's Talk Books" with Georgeanne Chapman. "Let's Talk Books" is a monthly series where prominent Nashvillians are invited to share thoughts about their favorite books of all time.
May 16, 3:30pm: Nancy VanCamp of Channel 4 (NBC affiliate) will read some of her favorite classic children’s books at this special storytime!
May 17, 6:30pm: Rae Ann Parker (The Devil's Backbone)
May 18, 10:30am: Storytime Children's Book Week celebration
May 17, 7pm: Keynote Address by Gail Carson Levine
Gail Carson Levine, the award-winning author of Ella Enchanted, will be speaking in the ballroom. Don't miss this amazing author! After her address, she'll sign copies of her books. Books will be available for sale on-site, courtesy of The King's English Bookshop. This event is free, and no tickets are required. Seating is limited.
May 18, 10am: Author Brunch with Gail Carson Levine
Tickets $20. Each ticket includes brunch and a free copy of Ella Enchanted. Tickets are very limited, and will be available for purchase Saturday, May 4, beginning at 9:00 am at the Circulation Desk.
May 18, 11am-2pm: Children's Book Festival
Bring the kids, and come enjoy face painting, crafts, a fortune teller, life-sized book characters, treats, games, puppet shows, book displays, a maypole, and live owls!
Free; no tickets required. The first 500 children will receive a free book. Gail Carson Levine will sign copies of her books on Friday evening and on Saturday from 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm.
Deseret Book Co.
Come to the Ft. Union Deseret Book store between 5-7pm each day during Children’s Book Week to play a game and win fun prizes! Everyone who visits the store will receive a free e-book version of Farworld, book 1: Water Keep! Each day will have a display featuring a Shadow Mountain author such as Brandon Mull, Tyler Whitesides, Chad Morris, J. Scott Savage, and Obert Skye!
May 17, 6pm-8pm: Reading and book signing with A. E. Cannon (Sophie’s Fish and The Chihuahua Chase).
May 18, 1pm: Writing workshop with J. Scott Savage (Farworld and Case File 13)- a workshop that will give kids the tools to sit down and create a story they are excited about. The two main characters in the Farworld series are a boy in a wheelchair and a girl who is immune to magic in a world filled with magic. Mr. Savage talks about how our differences make us strong and unique. In this workshop, he will teach kids how to come up with an amazing store idea using a hero, a goal, obstacles, and consequences of success and failure.
Salt Lake City
King's English Bookshop
May 14, 7pm: Lisa Actor (Rebel Raiders)Local author Lisa Trimble Actor will read from and sign her new book for middle readers, Rebel Raiders.
May 14, 7pm: Margaret Stohl (Icons) Young adult author, Margaret Stohl will present her new book Icons. Stohl will be joined by local authors, Stephanie Perkins (Lola and the Boy Next Door), Ally Condie (Crossed) and Shannon Hale (Princess Academy: Palace of stone).
May 16, 7pm: Josh Farrar (A Song for Bijou) Author Josh Farrar will present his middle-grade novel, A Song for Bijou, a story about a Haitian girl relocated to Brooklyn after the earthquake. The event will feature Haitian drumming and dancing.
May 18, 11am: Mark Pett shares his new book, The Boy and the Airplane, in this special storytime!
May 14, 11-11:30am:Curious George Preschool Storytime & Craft
May 14, 4-5pm: Katie & Neal Swanson (Katie's Cupcakes and Papa Loses His Magic)
May 16, 11-11:30am: Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse Preschool Storytime & Craft
May 17, 5pm: Clete Barrett Smith (Aliens in Disguise)
May 18, 11am: Katherine Pryor (Silvia's Spinach)
May 18, 1pm: Rick Swann (Our School Garden!)
May 18, 4pm: Sarai Stevens (Seeds for a New Day)
May 19, 2-3pm: Motherhood By the Book Group
May 19, 4pm: Karen Robbins (Shoe Print Art) Hands-On Activity
Secret Garden Books
May 15: Children's Book week voting party. Come and vote on your favorite Children's Choice Book awards finalists!
Library of Congress
May 17, 11am: Fred Bowen (Perfect Game) will tell stories, read from his books and talk with members of the audience in a program presented by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress that marks the Library’s celebration of Children’s Book Week. Event will take place in the Montpelier Room, located on the sixth floor of the James Madison Building, 101 Independence Ave. S.E. No tickets are required. However, please e-mail Lola Pyne at email@example.com with the number of attendees if you plan to attend. Details here.
Politics & Prose
May 15, 5pm: Life Actually group tour with Elizabeth LaBan (The Tragedy Paper), Lurlene McDaniel (The Year of Luminous Love) and Alyssa Sheinmel (The Stone Girl) at the Bethesda Library
May 17, 10:30am: Tommy Greenwald (Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to Summer Vacation)
May 19, 5:00pm: Through the Ages for All Ages Picture Book Panel, featuring Mac Barnett, Meg Medina, Christopher Myers, Neal Porter, Jon Scieszka, Laura Vaccaro Seeger, and moderated by Leonard Marcus
Boswell Book Company
May 14, 6:30pm: Wisconsin Women Write for Children featuring local authors Carole Barrowman (Hollow Earth), Ann Bausum (Unraveling Freedom), Lois Ehlert (Rrralph), Janet Halfmann (Star of the Sea), Barbara Joosse (Sleepover at Gramma's House), JoAnn Early Macken, and Lisa Moser (Railroad Hank). Admission is $15/$5 for students.