Author T.A. Barron to Visit Houston 10/17/2010

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October 15, 2010 by jrwatson5

What: Cool Brains! Inprint Readings for Young People presents award winning children’s writer T.A. Barron for discussion and book signing

Where: Pershing Middle School Auditorium, 3838 Blue Bonnet at Stella Link

When: Sunday, October 17th at 3:00 pm (doors open at 2:30 pm)

Why: Cool Brains! Inprint Readings for Young People is presented by Inprint, a Houston-based nonprofit dedicated to inspiring readers and writers.

Cost: Free and open to the public

For more information, visit the Inprint website or call 713-521-2026.

More about the author

Thomas A. Barron is a celebrated writer of children’s fantasy, having sold more than one million books. His skillful re-imagination of established legends has brought to life the Arthurian world for countless fans of all ages. His major works include The Lost Years of Merlin, The New York Times bestselling trilogy The Great Tree of Avalon, and many other novels, nature books, and children’s books.

In Ultimate Magic, Barron continues to fill in the gaps of Merlin’s life through the reptilian eye of the most powerful sidekick ever, Basil the Green Dragon. The action-packed, often humorous adventure will keep readers hooked until the last page and is sure to please lifelong fans and win over new ones.


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