10 AM: Mary Beth Stevens, author of the picture book Tippy Finds a Home, signing her book along with her dog Tippy! Plus a representative from the SPCA. 20% of proceeds from Tippy Finds a Home will go to the NH SPCA.
If you've ever loved a rescue dog, if you've ever loved ANY dog, you'll love Tippy! Tippy Finds a Home is the story of a little homeless dog, alone in the world and in search of a forever home. He's smart, energetic, playful, and a bit of a handful, but in the end, love does conquer all, and Tippy finds a family that is simply perfect for him.
11 AM: Kim Chaffee, author of the picture book Her Fearless Run: Kathrine Switzer's Historic Boston Marathon
Kathrine Switzer changed the world of running. This narrative biography follows Kathrine from running laps as a girl in her backyard to becoming the first woman to run the Boston Marathon with official race numbers in 1967. Her inspirational true story is for anyone willing to challenge the rules.
1 PM Linnea Hartsuyker, author of The Half Drowned King and The Sea Queen, signing the first two books in the Golden Wolf trilogy!
An exhilarating saga of the Vikings that conjures a brutal, superstitious, and thrilling ninth-century world and the birth of a kingdom--the debut installment in a historical literary trilogy that combines the bold imagination and sweeping narrative power of Game of Thrones, Vikings, and Outlander.
6 PM We the People and WSB present Nancy MacLean, author of Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right's Stealth Plan for America
An explosive exposé of the right's relentless campaign to eliminate unions, suppress voting, privatize public education, stop action on climate change, and alter the Constitution.