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Sat March 2, 2024

9th Ave: Stephanie Wildman with Emma Bland Smith

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Join us on Saturday, March 2 at 11am PT when we are joined by Stephanie Wildman to celebrate her new book, Breath by Breath, with Emma Bland Smith at 9th Ave!
Masks Encouraged for In-Person Attendance
This event is free to attend, but please RSVP at the link below
https://thethirdplace.is/event/stephaniewildman
Or watch online/Livestream link available soon

About the Event
Join us for a special story time celebrating Stephanie Wildman's Breath by Breath! Wildman will be joined by fellow local children's book author, Emma Bland Smith (Claude, The Gardener of Alcatraz)! We will have special activities to celebrate the return of Wildman's beloved characters, Flor and Roberto. 

About Breath by Breath
In this bedtime story, twins Flor and Roberto wonder how they can possibly go on an adventure at the same time as they go to sleep. Big brother Luis guides them in an exercise through their bodies, from the top of their heads to the tips of their toes. Following the gentle inhale and exhale of their breath, Flor and Roberto find love and calm inside and all around them as they drift off to sleep. Bonus content provides direction for mapping your own body scan.

About Stephanie Wildman
Stephanie Wildman, author of two previous children's books, Treasure Hunt (2022) (illustrated by Estefanía Razo; translated into Spanish as Búsqueda del Tesoro by Cecilia Pópulus-Eudave) and Brave in the Water (2021) (illustrated by Jenni Feidler-Aguilar; translated into Spanish as Valiente en el Agua by Cecilia Pópulus-Eudave), both from Lawley Publishing, became a Professor Emerita after serving as the John A. and Elizabeth H. Sutro Chair at Santa Clara Law. She directed the school's Center for Social Justice and Public Service. In 2007, the Society of American Law Teachers, the largest national organization of law school faculty, honored her with their Great Teacher Award. 

About Emma Bland Smith
Emma Bland Smith is a librarian and the award-winning author of many books for children. Her latest include Mr. McCloskey's Marvelous Mallards, How Science Saved the Eiffel Tower, and The Gardener of Alcatraz. Emma lives in an old creaky house in San Francisco with her family, pets, and too many cookbooks and coffee mugs. Visit her at https://www.emmabsmith.com.
Join us on Saturday, March 2 at 11am PT when we are joined by Stephanie Wildman to celebrate her new book, Breath by Breath, with Emma Bland Smith at 9th Ave!
Masks Encouraged for In-Person Attendance
This event is free to attend, but please RSVP at the link below
https://thethirdplace.is/event/stephaniewildman
Or watch online/Livestream link available soon

About the Event
Join us for a special story time celebrating Stephanie Wildman's Breath by Breath! Wildman will be joined by fellow local children's book author, Emma Bland Smith (Claude, The Gardener of Alcatraz)! We will have special activities to celebrate the return of Wildman's beloved characters, Flor and Roberto. 

About Breath by Breath
In this bedtime story, twins Flor and Roberto wonder how they can possibly go on an adventure at the same time as they go to sleep. Big brother Luis guides them in an exercise through their bodies, from the top of their heads to the tips of their toes. Following the gentle inhale and exhale of their breath, Flor and Roberto find love and calm inside and all around them as they drift off to sleep. Bonus content provides direction for mapping your own body scan.

About Stephanie Wildman
Stephanie Wildman, author of two previous children's books, Treasure Hunt (2022) (illustrated by Estefanía Razo; translated into Spanish as Búsqueda del Tesoro by Cecilia Pópulus-Eudave) and Brave in the Water (2021) (illustrated by Jenni Feidler-Aguilar; translated into Spanish as Valiente en el Agua by Cecilia Pópulus-Eudave), both from Lawley Publishing, became a Professor Emerita after serving as the John A. and Elizabeth H. Sutro Chair at Santa Clara Law. She directed the school's Center for Social Justice and Public Service. In 2007, the Society of American Law Teachers, the largest national organization of law school faculty, honored her with their Great Teacher Award. 

About Emma Bland Smith
Emma Bland Smith is a librarian and the award-winning author of many books for children. Her latest include Mr. McCloskey's Marvelous Mallards, How Science Saved the Eiffel Tower, and The Gardener of Alcatraz. Emma lives in an old creaky house in San Francisco with her family, pets, and too many cookbooks and coffee mugs. Visit her at https://www.emmabsmith.com.
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