Payton Press and Avery’s Authors encourage everyone to stay safe and healthy at home. Reading keeps us together when we need to stay apart from family and friends so we don’t spread germs. Remember to wash your hands and grab a good book!
Dina the plant-eating Dinosaur loved giving dinner parties, but her friends were all allergic to something or were just picky eaters. What’s a dinosaur connoisseur to do? Read how Dina solved her dinner dilemma with a new cookbook called Eat to Roar, featuring Triceratops-approved recipes that all kids and families will want to try. Available at amazon.com!
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#Norristown students receive visit from author & illustrator of “Pedro’s Hungry Ride.” ow.ly/XAt1P
Thirsty dragons and hungry dinosaurs are on our minds as Payton Press begins work on new books for 2016. Get ready to read how to eat to roar and quench a fire-breathing thirst. Coming soon!
Books can change your world. #internationalliteracyday
Payton Press is proud to be taking part in several end-of-school-year events to talk about summer reading and what it’s like to be an author and illustrator. On June 3, we’ll be at career night at Memorial Middle School in Medford, NJ. On June 5, we’ll be at career day at Cedar Creek Elementary School in Lanoka Harbor, NJ. On June 7 from noon to 1 p.m., and on June 13 from 11 a.m. to noon, we’ll be reading and enjoying activities with children at the Medford Arts Center, on Main Street in Medford, NJ, in two events sponsored by the Pop Shop, Medford’s newest family restaurant. Hope to see everyone soon!
Happy Read Across America Day, a time to celebrate reading and books by recognizing the work of Dr. Seuss. Don’t let reading stop today – every day is a good day to read! Remember the book from Dr. Seuss, “Oh, the Places You Will Go” and travel to new and exciting places every time you read a story.