WATERBURY CENTER—The Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) has been offering virtual author visits for kids and adults during the pandemic when our regular in-person programming is on hiatus. Every Wednesday at 1 p.m. we offer storytelling and workshops for kids and families. We highlight work by Vermont and New Hampshire authors who discuss their writing and answer your questions. We have also begun offering a monthly Book Club for Grown-ups series featuring Vermont and New Hampshire authors who write for both kids and adults.
Past Book Club for Grown-ups sessions have included Vermont author Sarah Stewart Taylor and poet Rajnii Eddins.
The next Book Club for Grown-ups session featuring bestselling author Dan Brown of “The Da Vinci Code” is on Friday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. We’ll discuss the latest novel in Dan’s popular Robert Langdon series, “Origin,” as well as learn about his new children’s book, “Wild Symphony,” and have a Q & A with this world-renowned author.
Brown is the author of numerous bestsellers, including the Robert Langdon series beginning with The Da Vinci Code. According to his website, “Brown’s latest novel, Origin, explores two of the fundamental questions of humankind: Where do we come from? Where are we going?”
CLiF hopes you’ll join on Feb.12 at 7 for this discussion and Q & A session with a world-renowned author. This is a great opportunity to meet one of your favorite authors and connect with other readers from the comfort of your home. While this event is free, donations to the Children’s Literacy Foundation are encouraged to help us continue to offer dynamic literacy programming for low-income kids and families.
Learn more and sign up for the event at clifonline.org.