Author Don Tassone begins the Loveland Museum Center 2022 Author series Sunday, May 22
LOVELAND MUSEUM CENTER:
LOVELAND, OH (May 20, 2022) – The Local Authors Series of book signing begins with DonTassone and his latest book Collected Stories, on Sunday, May 22nd inside Bonaventure at The Loveland Museum Center.
Local Authors Series 2022
Sundays 1:30 pm in the Loveland Museum Center – 201 Riverside Ave. Loveland, OH
Come join these talented local authors as they share their stories.
May 22 Collected Stories
Don Tassone returns with this special collection featuring 50 of his best short stories. The author has dedicated this book to his granddaughter Alice, who has Down Syndrome. He is giving all of the proceeds from this book to the National Down Syndrome Society.
June 12 Small Mouth Sonny
Bill Schroeder will entertain and educate with this color illustrated story that takes place on the Little Miami Wild & Scenic River. The story features fictional characters based on the wildlife that live in and along the river. It offers young readers an appreciation for conservation and river ecology
June 26 Gigglesworth: The Boy Who Wouldn’t Laugh
Sean Cahill returns to LMC with his latest children’s book. A honking goose. A dying moose. A tugboat on the loose. These are just three of the ways the classmates of nine-year-old William J. Gigglesworth describe his laugh when they hear it for the first time. Is it any wonder he stops laughing? It is only through the steadfast companionship of classmate Josie Ryan that William is able to recognize what a gift he has in laughter.
July 17 Cincinnati Candy: A Sweet History
Dann Woellert will delight all ages with this book about the history of candy in Cincinnati. Did you know that residents of Cincinnati developed a sweet tooth” before the civil War? Robert H Putnam provided decadent opera creams & rich fondant-filled chocolate. Doscher invented the French Chew and made caramel corn a baseball concession at Redland Field decades before Cracker Jack became synonymous with our national pastime.
August 7 The Golden Kingdom
Robert Grueber takes us to Aquapoint, a distant planet in the Witch’s Broom Nebula. Here, we learn of the plight of the dwarves and elves who live under the harsh rule of cruel warlocks and witches. Come along for the ride, and fire up both canisters of your long-distance broom. Ultimately, this book is about courage, compassion, and the power that leads to freedom.
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