Brewstr Book Store hosts a Book Signing with Susan Sachs Levine

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Name: Brewstr Book Store hosts a Book Signing with Susan Sachs Levine
Date: May 28, 2023
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
Event Description:
In-person at The Brewster Book Store! Join us in welcoming Susan Sachs Levine on Memorial Day weekend! ABOUT THE BOOK: GILBERT'S MIGRATION VACATION: THE STORY OF AN ORIGINAL SNOWBIRD How will Gilbert find his way south? Gilbert is a Sanderling chick who hatched high in the Arctic tundra. Now, he must find his way south for the winter where warm weather and plentiful food await. Join Gilbert as he teams up with two other young Sanderlings to embark on an amazing journey of over 4,000 miles. The trip is not easy! They must deal with hurricanes, hungry falcons, and confusing city lights. But as Gilbert helps his friends navigate each obstacle, he gains the skills and confidence he needs to succeed. Curious readers will learn all about shorebirds, their incredible migrations, and how we can help protect these fascinating birds. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Susan Sachs Levine is a wildlife enthusiast and has traveled extensively to learn about the natural world, especially endangered species and resides in Naples, Florida. She is a Florida Master Naturalist and is excited to share all she has learned with children through her recent new works. JENNY'S FIRST CATCH: AN ADVENTURE WITH NATURE'S WADING BIRDS was published in 2020 and follows a young Roseate Spoonbill as she tries to learn how to fish with her unique bill. In GILBERT'S MIGRATION VACATION: THE STORY OF AN ORIGINAL SNOWBIRD, published in 2023, children learn about Sanderlings as well as other shorebirds, and the amazing migrations they make between their breeding and wintering grounds. In all her books, Susan blends her interest in wildlife with her imaginative storytelling to entertain and teach young children, while being a great resource for teachers and parents.
The Brewster Book Store 2648 Main St. Brewster, MA 02631
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