Eve Feldman exhibited Bill & Milly, Short and Silly at the 5th Annual Princeton Children's Book Festival on Saturday, September 11th.
See here for more info.
Eve Feldman exhibited Billy & Milly, Short and Silly at the Hudson Children's Book Festival on May 1. She'll be talking and signing books, come meet her and say hello! Click here for more info.
KEYNOTE AND WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS OF PRE-K PROGRAMS WHO RECEIVED THE EARLY READING FIRST GRANT.
Venue: To be announced
Early Reading First Project
Long Island Regional School Support Center
Date: December 22, 2009
Author Visit and Signing
Rockville Centre Public Library
November 17, 2009
Time: 10:30 A.M.
NASSAU LIBRARY SYSTEM MEETING
Author Visit and Book Signing
Date: September 14, 2009
Time: 9:00 A.M.
PRINCETON LIBRARY CHILDREN'S BOOK FESTIVAL
September 12, 2009
2009 Children's Book Festival - Authors and Illustrators
Billy and Milly, Short and Silly!
Music/Arts - Exhibit
Date:Saturday, September 12, 2009
Time: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Location:Princeton Public Library and the Albert E. Hinds Memorial Plaza
The Princeton Children's Book Festival is an annual event each September at the Princeton Public Library and the Albert E. Hinds Memorial Plaza.
Our community is one that loves the library and loves books. The Princeton Children's Book Festival is a celebration of this pairing. This well attended event continues to grow yearly and promises something for everyone. Here you may meet your favorite author or illustrator, listen to them discuss their work, have a book autographed or just have the opportunity to talk to them about their inspiration.
From picture book authors and illustrators to children's fiction writers, live entertainment for children and their families and many activities throughout the afternoon, The Princeton Children's Book Festival is an event that should not be missed.
In early June, in an event hosted by Sportset RVC, Eve Feldman spoke and signed copies of her newly released picture book, BILLY & MILLY, SHORT & SILLY. With her, from left. are Ellen Block Aronson and Carol Kislin.