Thursday, October 15 at 4pm CT
What We'll Build
EVENT & TICKET GUIDELINES
- Tickets are required to attend this virtual event.
- Tickets are available with the purchase of What We'll Build through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bookpeople-presents-oliver-jeffers-tickets-120071161075
- Digital doors open at 3:45pm CT. The event begins at 4pm CT.
- NOTE: Because this is a virtual event that will be hosted on Zoom, you will need access to a computer or other device that is capable of accessing and sufficient Internet access. If you have not used Zoom before, you may consider referencing Getting Started with Zoom.
ABOUT WHAT WE'LL BUILD
Written and illustrated by Oliver for his young daughter, WHAT WE’LL BUILD is an enchanting story of a father and a daughter who set about laying the foundations for their life together, building memories to cherish, a home to keep them safe and love to keep them warm. This rare and enduring story is about a parent’s boundless love, life’s endless opportunities and challenges, and the tools needed to build a together future. The book is the perfect companion to Oliver’s million-copy bestseller, Here We Are, which published in 2017 and was inspired by the birth of his son.
ABOUT OLIVER JEFFERS
Oliver Jeffers makes art and tells stories. His books include How to Catch a Star, Lost and Found and the New York Times bestsellers Stuck, This Moose Belongs to Me and Once Upon an Alphabet. He is also the illustrator of the #1 bestsellers The Day the Crayons Quit and The Day the Crayons Came Home in collaboration with Drew Daywalt. His critically acclaimed books including highly regarded The Fate of Fausto have sold over 14 million copies in 46 territories worldwide. He has been the recipient of some of children’s books highest accolades, including the Nestlé Gold Medal for Lost and Found, the Irish Picture Book of the Year for The Incredible Book Eating Boy and Best Audio Performer of the Year for Here We Are.
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