Lubbock, TX — Get ready for a thrilling adventure as the creators of "Shmonster Kid Shmeries" take center stage at Barnes & Noble on Slide Road in Lubbock, TX, for an unforgettable book signing event! Mark your calendars and join us on October 22nd for a day filled with enchanting stories, creativity, and Halloween fun.
Author Event Details:
Date: October 22, 2023
Time: 2 PM Central Standard Time
Venue: Barnes & Noble on Slide Road, Lubbock, TX, USA
Bring your friends and family to meet the talented authors and illustrators of "Shmonster Kid Shmeries" and get your own copy of this delightful book personally signed. This event is the perfect opportunity to kick off the Halloween season with a heartwarming tale that teaches kids that making new friends isn't as scary as it may seem.
Why Attend Our Author Events?
"Shmonster Kid Shmeries" is everything a parent or teacher could wish for—a beautifully crafted story that combines the magic of storytelling with valuable life lessons. Join us for:
- Interactive Storytelling: Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of "Shmonster Kid Shmeries" as the creators share their captivating tale.
- Book Signing: Grab your own copy of the book and have it autographed by the talented authors and illustrators themselves.
- Halloween Fun: Embrace the Halloween spirit with a story that celebrates friendship and the joy of making new friends, even with creatures as unique as Shmonster.
- Family-Friendly Activities: Enjoy a day filled with storytelling, creativity, and imagination suitable for all ages.
This event promises to be a memorable experience for both children and adults alike. Don't miss your chance to engage with the creators, explore the magic of storytelling, and inspire a love for reading in your children.
About "Shmonster Kid Shmeries":
"Shmonster Kid Shmeries" is a heartwarming children's series that takes readers on an imaginative journey filled with colorful characters and valuable life lessons. Join Shmonster and friends as they navigate the challenges of making new friends and discovering that differences should be celebrated, not feared.