Can an Owl and Mouse Help Save a Divided Community?

Please see below for a corrected time for the NOVEMBER 21st event at White Center Library.

You’re invited to a BOOK LAUNCH PARTY!

Sophie Topfeather, Superstar!, the sequel to Sophie’s Quest, is nearly here, and will be available for sale and signing at several locations in November and December. Please stop by to say hello if you are close to one of them!

More information on that, but first, if you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the beautiful cover by illustrator, Maggie Kneen:

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After a promising start, Sophie and Timley learn that being friends and keeping their new faith now that they’re back in the Park is not going to be as easy as they hoped. It is a surprisingly timely story that helps all of us (me, included), have faith that God can be trusted–even when things look grim, and that there is hope for a divided community.

Please join me if you can! LOOK AT EACH OPTION CAREFULLY, AS BOOKS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT ALL OF THEM.

Here’s the schedule:

Nov. 12th at Page 2 Books (ONLY SOPHIE’S QUEST WILL BE AVAILABLE, if you need it before the sequel comes out!). I will be there from 2:00-4:00 with cookies and crafts and signing of SOPHIE’S QUEST. You’ll be able to pre-order the sequel.

Nov. 21st (No books available at this one–just a reading and crafts) at White Center Library at 6:30 to 7:30 pm  TIME CORRECTION!!

Nov. 26th at Page 2 Books in Burien, from 3:30 to 5:30–Come for a party! Door prizes! Cookies! Crafts! Book-signing!

Dec. 3rd at Snohomish Event Center for the One Strand Holiday Marketplace–10:30 to 2:30.

Dec. 17th at Learned Owl Bookstore in Hudson, Ohio, from 1:00-3:00 for a book-signing.

 

 

About Sonja Anderson

I write novels and picture books for children, and occasionally an article or short story for adults, too. I grew up in Ohio, and I have lived in Chicago, Connecticut, Boston, Tokyo, and Seattle. The beautiful Pacific Northwest inspires me every day.
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4 Responses to Can an Owl and Mouse Help Save a Divided Community?

  1. Bonnie Adamson says:

    Excited for you, Sonja! The cover is wonderful! I’ll have to get a private signing one day as I am not available on any of those dates. I am really sorry about that and sorry I can’t be there to support you. Our Gospel choir sings at the Hearthstone Retirement center on the 26th and the 3rd is the Christmas Ship. And tomorrow is our small group dinner at Prins’. It would be fun to travel to Ohio in Dec. but guess it won’t happen this year! Blessings on you at all these fun events! Am so happy for you! Love, Bonnie

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    • Thanks, Bonnie! I’ve just sent a request for a book-signing to the Christian bookstore in Ballard, His Word Found Here. It’s new! They might be able to give me a date that would hopefully work for you and Joan.

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  2. Joan Prins says:

    Your book signing schedule answers my question about where you are for Christmas this year.

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    • Hi Joan! Right, and I also sent you a Facebook message about our schedule, too. Did you get it?

      By the way, I just sent an email to His Word Found Here, a new Christian bookstore in Ballard. We might find a date that works for you and Bonnie yet! I’ll let you know if we are able to set something up.

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