Sunday, July 6, 2014 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Bank Street Bookstore 2780 Broadway (107th Street), New York NY, 10025
Bookstore / 212-678-1654 / email@example.com
Regina's Lit Talk
The Glass Sentence
Readers can find out in S.E. Grove’s new book The Glass Sentence, a children’s book that was released on June 12 but is already getting praise from many sources. Glass, which is Grove’s debut and the first in a planned trilogy, follows a young girl named Sophia Tims. Her family is full of cartographers who received the experience of a lifetime when the Great Disruption of 1799 occurred and the world’s continents were suddenly separated into different periods of history. Sophia is living in Boston in 1891 with her uncle after the disappearance of her mapmaking parents, but when her uncle also vanishes, she and a boy named Theo must set out on a mission to find him.
This lit talk on Sunday, July 6 and Wednesday, July 9 at 5:00 pm is designed for readers from nine to 17 years old and is guided by bookseller Regina, who gives a dramatic reading to help start kids talking about the book.
Meet on the second floor at Bank Street Bookstore to hear a great book and interesting ideas.