The Not So Secret Society Book Launch & Graphic Novel Workshop

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The Not So Secret Society Book Launch & Graphic Novel Workshop

Time: August 19, 2017 from 2:30pm to 3:30pm
Location: Children's Book World
Street: 10580 1/2 W. Pico Blvd.
City/Town: Los Angeles
Website or Map: http://www.childrensbookworld…
Phone: 310-559-2665
Event Type: graphic, novel, author, talk, &, workshop
Organized By: Children's Book World
Latest Activity: Jul 7, 2017

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Event Description

Meet the creators of the new middle-grade graphic novel, The Not So Secret Society! Trevor Crafts, Ellen Crafts, Arlene Daley, and Matt Daley will talk to kids about who the Not So Secret Society is and what they do. They will explain the roles of a writer, artist, and illustrator and how they all come together to make a graphic novel. Kids will have the opportunity to role-play being a writer, an artist, or an illustrator. There will be mini activities for the kids to participate in: draw yourself as a member of the Not-So-Secret Society and complete a mini comic strip; kids will get comic strip #10 to finish, either by drawing in what happens and/or finishing the dialogue.  This is an amazing opportunity for graphic novel fans of all ages! For ages 8 to 12. Free

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