using quirky, relatable characters and stories to share important life lessons

Children’s book author and illustrator Catherine Gorski O’Connor to discuss the creative and practical process

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    APPLETON — A smile often comes to a person’s face when they recall their favorite childhood books. The genre of Children’s Books is diverse, colorful, and fun. Often these books engage children’s creative minds by using quirky, relatable characters and stories to share important life lessons and communicate meaningful messages.

    Have you ever thought about writing a children’s book? Perhaps you love to draw and have great illustrations that are looking for a story to accompany them?

    You are invited to a free talk focusing on the creative and practical process of writing and illustrating children’s books.

    The Appleton Library, located at 2916 Sennebec Road in Appleton, is hosting local children’s book author and illustrator Catherine Gorski O’Connor on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. Gorski O’Connor will be offering a presentation on writing and illustrating children’s books.

    Catherine Gorski O’Connor lives in Appleton and has authored and illustrated I Love My Socks, The Snowman Choir, and most recently The Bears’ Halloween Ball.

    The talk is offered to the public free of charge and is a continuation of the library’s Tuesday Titles focusing on local artists and authors sharing their work and story through presentations held in our library’s meeting room. 

    Event Date: 

    Tue, 10/11/2022 - 6:30pm

    Event Location: 

    Appleton Library

    Address: 

    2916 Sennebec Road
    Appleton, ME 04862
    United States