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Author Visit: Melanie Florence

[Ages 8 to 10]

Bowmanville Branch, Mezzanine Room
Wednesday, November 22nd
1:00 to 2:00 p.m.

Melanie Florence is a writer of Cree and Scottish heritage based in Toronto with an interest in writing about Aboriginal themes and characters. She is the author of the award-winning "Missing Nimama" and is a Forest of Reading Golden Oak Finalist. Her other books include the YA novels "He Who Dreams," "The Missing," "One Night," and "Rez Runaway."

In her spare time, Melanie watches Doctor Who and Harry Potter with her daughter, discusses the DC vs Marvel Universes with her son and makes her husband sit through scary movies with her. She shares her home with her family, their two dogs, two cats, an ever-increasing number of aquarium creatures, and according to her daughter, a house elf who refuses to help with chores.

Check out our full line up of amazing author visits!

  • Joel Sutherland (ages 12 to 14, Newcastle Branch, October 19)
  • J. Torres (ages 9 to 11, Courtice Branch, October 25)
  • Melanie Florence (ages 8 to 10, Bowmanville Branch, November 22)
  • Hélène Boudreau (ages 4 to 9, Bowmanville Branch, November 30)

We acknowledge the generous support of the Canada Council for the Arts.

Canada Council for the Arts.

Check the library catalogue to place your hold on books by Melanie Florence!

Advanced registration required; space is limited. Register online, in person, or by phone. Class visits and groups welcome!
No charge.

 

Registration

You may register in person at any branch, by phoning Information Services at 905-623-7322 x2712, or online using the form below.

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