Free and open to the public. Doors open at 2:30 pm.
• A free copy of Sasquatch and the Muckleshoot, the third book in The Unicorn Rescue Society, to the first 100 families
• Presentation and Q&A by Adam Gidwitz
• Book sale, signing*, meet the author
• Bus scholarships available for student groups, contact email@example.com
Bestselling kids fantasy adventure writer Adam Gidwitz is the author of the New York Times bestseller and 2017 Newbery Honor Book The Inquisitor’s Tale. One of the most beloved middle grade book of the year, the novel was a New York Times Editor’s Choice and named one of the best children’s books of the year by the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Entertainment Weekly and elsewhere. Kirkus Reviews in a starred review writers, “Gidwitz strikes literary gold with this mirthful and compulsively readable adventure story set in medieval France… While the three protagonists initially come together out of necessity, the heartwarming friendship they form celebrates a common humanity that transcends the bounds of race, religion, and social class…. a masterpiece of storytelling that is addictive and engrossing.”
A former teacher, Gidwitz is also well-known for the popular Grimm trilogy. The first book in the trilogy, A Tale Dark and Grimm, was also a New York Times bestseller and a New York Times Editors’ Choice, a School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, an ALA Notable Book, and received several other honors. In a Glass Grimmly—a best book of the year by Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, School Library Journal—was followed by The Grimm Conclusion.
Adam Gidwitz comes to Houston to share his third book in popular fantasy-adventure The Unicorn Rescue Society series. Sasquatch and the Muckleshoot. The other two books in the series include The Creature of the Pines and The Basque Dragon.
To learn more about Adam Gidwitz, visit his website.
*Please note that the book signing will be conducted on a first-come, first-served basis. Upon entering the theater, people wishing to have books signed will be given a number, and the book signing will take place in numerical order after the on-stage presentation.