Still Room in Upcoming Events: ASK & MysteryQuest

TWICE ASK Sesssions
Join us for an ASK author interview. It is the best bargain in town. No here else will your children have a chance to speak personally with the uthor of the book they just read and all for only $70.00 or $35.00 for TWICE members. Go to for registration and to learn more about the ASK Program.

February 8 EST
Openings in 10:45-11:45 am and 12:45-1:45
Sue Stauffacher
Bessie Smith and the Night Riders
Best for Grade 5
Based on an event that took place in 1927 as seen through the eyes of young Emmarene. Bessie Smith, a blues singer, is performing when several Ku Klux Klan members try to collapse the tent. Bessie confronts the men, and sends them packing.

February 13 EST
Openings in 10:45-11:45 am and 12:45-1:45
Ethel Footman Smothers
Hard Times Jar
Best for Grade 3
Emma, the daughter of a poor migrant family knows that money from the hard times jar can’t be used to buy her a real book. So, she draws her own. Find out if she ever gets a “store-bought” book.

March 21 EST
Openings in 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Sue Stauffacher
Wireman Comic
“Wireman” comic series is designed to meet a need for literature that appeals to late, reluctant and non-English speaking readers.  It focuses on the 100 most common words in the English language-they make up 50% of all written English.

Openings in 10:45-11:45 am and 12:45-1:45
Harry Sue
11-year-old Harry Sue Clotkin, has no greater ambition than to get thrown in the slammer and be reunited with her incarcerated mother, who, like her father, is in prison. Unfortunately for Harry Sue, she has a heart, and it is not the cold heart of a criminal.

I still have room in MysteryQuest World coming up in February (middle school) and also in MysteryQuest USA (5th grade) for April. Click the links for details and registration.  Everyone welcome. IP or ISDN!

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