Award-winning children's book author to appear at Beans and Greens Saturday morning

 

GILFORD — Award-Winning New Hampshire children’s book author Kathy Brodsky will be making an appearance this Saturday, July 8, at Beans and Greens farm in Gilford. Brodsky will be reading from her books and signing them from 10 a.m. until noon in the outdoor garden.

Brodsky’s latest book, "High Wire Act," is about a little traffic light that falls off its wire and lands on a mattress truck with soft cargo, causing traffic chaos. The book was awarded Creative Child Magazine’s Book of the Year award in 2016, among other accolades.

A former resident of Meredith who lived on the lake for 16 years, Brodsky credits nature, animals and serene landscapes of the Granite State as the foundation for her work.

Kathy Brodsky has also recently released “El Cuento de Don Gato Pez,” the Spanish translation of "A CatFish Tale." This version of A CatFish Tale offers a comical chronicle of an unlikely friendship that will have parents and children alike chuckling. And now, the story is available to a wider audience thanks to its recent release in Spanish. See what happens when a Penguin heads off to Penguin University, and his fish are left in the care (and paws) of his good friend, the cat!

Children's author Kathy Brodsky to sign books at Beans and Greens Saturday. (Courtesy photo)

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