Thursday, May 22, 2014

CLAIRE'S DAY IN TOLEDO

Claire’s Day, northwest Ohio’s largest free family book festival, is a book fest dedicated to inspiring children and families to be lifelong readers through exposure to a variety of literary opportunities and experiences. The whole thing is done to honor Claire Lynsey Rubini, who passed away from a heart condition in 2000 when she was ten years old. Each year, an estimated 5,000 people attend. One of the highlights includes presentations by authors and illustrators. Of course, one of my personal favorites was there, Nancy Shaw.


THIS IS ME GEEKING OUT.

She has authored a plethera of books about sheep and their lives: SHEEP TRICK OR TREAT, SHEEP BLAST OFF! And SHEEP IN A JEEP are three of my favorites! Needless to say, they are hysterical. At least... to ME, they are hysterical. The illustration for SHEEP TRICK OR TREAT just cracks me up!

BLAH!

But... the best part of all~ I have a fan!

MAYBE SHE COULDN'T REMEMBER MY NAME...

For more information about Nancy Shaw and Claire's Day:

Nancy Shaw's Web Page

Buy her books online!


Claire's Day Information


READING IS FUN!

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