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Hughes to read to Middle Schoolers

B.A. Hughes, a new Ohio author from Greenville, will read excerpts from and sign her books on Saturday morning, December 2 downtown Greenville.  She is hosted by A&B Coffee and Cakes Shop corner of Broadway and Fourth Street from 9 AM until Noon. 

GLIMM, A Glimpse of Light Found is a collection of six stories exploring the adventures of tweens and early teens as they uncover everyday mysteries, finding glimmer within themselves.  The illustrator is Hughes’ 12-year-old granddaughter, Qunci Woodall who lives in the Pacific Northwest.  In addition, because of Hughes’ interest in education, she has added a “glossary and lesson plans” following each story to engage students in the home or in the classroom.

Hughes invites middle school readers and their families to join her at the top of each hour, 9AM until Noon on Saturday, December 2 for a story reading, Q&A, and book signing.  Betsy Ward, co-owner of the shop said, “Anyone can stop by and review my copy of Bev’s book.  There will be a surprise for each child who buys a book on Saturday, December 2.”

For more information, contact Hughes at FB page Glimpse Books or email glimpsebooks13@gmail.com.


 
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