Kids Con New England is the first and only comic book convention just for kids in New England! Kids Con New England® is New England’s first and largest kids-focused comic con & children’s book event! Inspiring art education, literacy and creativity through family-friendly comics, children’s books, art, creative workshops, gaming, and fun activities! Meet amazing family-friendly comic book creators, children’s book authors, artists, learn the comic arts, jedi training, superhero training, gaming tournaments, pirate camp, robotic demos, princess sing-along and storytime, kids sketch-off, puppet show, family costume contest and more!
Meet the Author
Meet the authors of [amazon B00EDRF1DM inline] Tom & Ellen Zappala. The Zappalas wrote about one of the greatest baseball card collections in the world. They will present player stories from their book that give a glimpse into the realities of life in the early 20th century, providing a journey through one of the most exciting eras in baseball history! If you're a fan of baseball, the history of the game or baseball memoriabelia you don't want to miss this!
Peabody Institute Library - Danvers invites you and your kids to a Pajama Storytime & Pajama Drive to benefit Cradles to Crayons. [amazon 978-0988221222 inline] is a beautifully illustrated book that combines the hopefulness and high aspirations of children with a mission of providing warm pajamas for all. Come hear a reading from the book's author and do a craft with the illustrator!
There's a mystery afoot in Motham City! Detective Ace Lacewing is on the case — and we have the mastermind at hand. Meet David Biedrzycki, author and illustrator of the Ace Lacewing series! Discover how real insects influenced his illustrations, and try some drawing techniques of your own.
Have you ever wished you could touch a whale? From the inside? Internationally renowned Whale Specialist and Educator, Cynde McInnis, introduces us to her 43 foot inflatable Humpback Whale Nile, and teaches us all about the beloved marine mammal. Enrollment is limited! Please register with the library!
The super talented and uber funny E.S. Redmond will be visiting The Newbury Town Library to read from her newest book, "The Unruly Queen." Ms. Redmond will also lead us in a craft and be available to sign copies of her books, which will be on sale at the library, courtesy of Jabberwocky Books. The event is FREE! Please call to register!
This is a great opportunity for dads (uncles, grandfathers, cousins or other father figures) to spend time with their kids! Come to the Sawyer Free Library with the kids for a storytime filled with songs, stories,snacks and fun! Great for kids aged 2-6 (siblings are welcome). Moms and siblings welcome to attend.
Sawyer Free Library hosts local children’s author Karin Gertsch who will be reading her new children’s book, Flora Has an Adventure, a story about a hen who goes on a visit to a library, at the Sawyer Free children’s library on March 14th at 10:00am.
The author will be bringing one of her famous hens for children to meet after the story. Refreshments will be served.
The event is free and open to the public. Best for children ages 4-8. For more information please visit: sawyerfreelibrary.org.
Katherine Lewis, researcher and author of The Good News about Bad Behavior, will speak in Tower's Phillips Library. Ms. Lewis presents a comprehensive portrait of bad behavior—and highlights game-changing strategies. Lewis, a certified parent educator, walks parents through 4 empowering approaches, all of which share three key components, to help parents navigate tricky behavioral situations and work toward better solutions. Her outline of an Apprenticeship Model of parenting gives kids responsibility within increasing limits.
Saturday, January 28
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