Local Authors Reading at the Children’s Museum for National Book Lover’s Day.

Local Authors now Nationally recognized on Top 5 Bestsellers List will be reading at the Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast ​Thursday August 9, 2018 at 2PM for National Book Lover's Day.

Naples, United States - August 10, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Local authors Lisa Soesbe and Dr. Mitchell Kershner are now nationally recognized on the Top 5 Bestsellers list will be celebrating National Book Lover’s Day by reading their best seller TOOTH AHOY at the Treasure Coast Children’s Museum Thursday, August 9 at 2 PM.

One of the other highlights that the creators of Pirate Pete and Tooth Ahoy will be participating in is donating a one of a kind special framed signed copy of their book cover with a special plaque commemorating the achievements of the Children’s Museum’s dedication to helping to educate and teach children various lessons in our history and what the Treasure Coast means for all families.

This special signed token of appreciation of what the Children’s Museum does for children will be signed IN PERSON at the museum by both authors and the original printer/publisher of their first print run, Chris Smith of Photographics in downtown Stuart.

Because of the dedication that the Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast has delivered over the years, there will be NO OTHER such signed copy EVER!

The value of this one and only piece will grow over the years as Pirate Pete and the Tooth Ahoy Characters set off other voyages to help educate children and parents alike about good healthy eating habits… with the goal of keeping children healthy and fit.

There will also be a presentation of the original cover of the book signed by authors Lisa Soesbe and Dr. Mitchell Kershner, Chris Smith from Photographics in Stuart and since the book was written for the children, the children present at the event will be invited to sign this cover as well for the Children’s Museum to keep.

The Tooth Ahoy website has more details about the book and Authors. Interested parties can visit the website at: http://www.toothahoy.com

Contact Info:
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Source: PressCable

Release ID: 391417

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