For details, please visit http://www.bookpeople.com/event/judy-blume-unlikely-event.
From BookPeople website:
Saturday, June 13 at 4PM
in conversation with Sarah Pitre
about Blume's new novel for adults,
In the Unlikely Event
Tickets are required for the signing portion of this event and include a copy of In the Unlikely Event. Please see below for details.
It's true! Bestselling Author JUDY BLUME is coming to BookPeople with her new novel for adults, In The Unlikely Event, on Saturday, June 13 at 4pm! Blume will appear in conversation with Sarah Pitre of the Alamo Drafthouse about Blume's new novel for adults, In the Unlikely Event. We are honored and excited to welcome Judy Blume to BookPeople. This is the event of a lifetime! The speaking portion is free and open to the public. Tickets are required for the signing. Please see details below.
EVENT & TICKET GUIDELINES:
- The speaking portion of this event is free and open to the public.
- Tickets are required for the signing.
- Tickets cost as much as the price of one copy of In the Unlikely Event, plus tax.
- Each ticket grants access to the signing line for one person and will be exchanged for one signed copy of In the Unlikely Eevnt at the signing table the day of the event.
- Tickets are lettered. After Blume speaks, we will call people up to have their books signed according to the letter on their tickets.
- Additional information and guidelines to come!
Please Note: As of right now, we do not know whether or not time will allow for Blume to sign any of her previous books.
Please Also Note: At this time, we cannot take orders for signed copies of the book from those who cannot attend the event. This may change. We will update information here and make an announcement via our social media feeds if we can fulfill those orders.
ABOUT JUDY BLUME
JUDY BLUME is one of America’s most beloved authors. Her twenty-eight titles include Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret; Forever; and Summer Sisters. Together, her books have sold more than 85 million copies in 32 languages. She is a champion of intellectual freedom, working with the National Coalition Against Censorship to support teachers, librarians, and students who fight to keep challenged books on their shelves. In 2004, Blume was awarded the National Book Foundation’s Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. She lives in Key West, Forida, with her husband.
ABOUT IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT
When a series of passenger airplanes crashed in Elizabeth, New Jersey within a three-month period in 1951–1952, Judy Blume was a teenager. “These events have lingered in my mind ever since,” says Blume. “It was a crazy time. We were witnessing things that were incomprehensible to us as teenagers. Was it sabotage? An alien invasion? No one knew, and people were understandably terrified.” Against this background, Blume uses her imagination to bring us the lives of three generations of families, friends, and strangers, who will be profoundly affected by these events, either directly or indirectly. But life goes on and Blume digs deep into her characters—we see them coping not only with grief but with first love, estranged parents, difficult friendships, familial obligations, divorce, career ambitions, a grandparent’s love, a widower’s hope, and everything in between. . . . Most important, In the Unlikely Event is filled with the same warmth and authenticity that have won Blume the hearts and minds of readers of all generations.
ABOUT SARAH PITRE
Sarah Pitre is the Director of Programming & Promotions for Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, where she is happily responsible for lady-centric screenings and events. She's also the founder of ForeverYoungAdult.com, a community for YA fans who are a little less "Y" and a bit more "A."