TV’s Chris Colfer, of Glee fame, to Visit Anderson’s Bookshop Jul 19
Anderson’s Bookshop, Naperville, is gay to horde a special eventuality with radio star Chris Colfer, a Golden Globe-winning actor best famous for his purpose as “Kurt Hummel” on Glee. He was recently respected as a member of a 2011 TIME 100, Time Magazine’s annual list of a one hundred many successful people in a world. And now Colfer is an author, with this initial try into a literary world. His book, The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell, is directed during center readers.
Colfer will be presenting his new book during a signing eventuality during Anderson’s Bookshop in Naperville on Thursday, Jul 19 during 7:00 p.m. Priority numbers for a booksigning line are accessible with a squeeze of The Land of Stories from Anderson’s Bookshop, 123 W. Jefferson Ave. in downtown Naperville. This eventuality is a booksigning line usually where fans will get an event to accommodate a author.
About a Book: In The Land of Stories, Alex and Conner Bailey’s universe is about to change. It’s a fast-paced journey that singly combines a complicated day universe with a lively area of classical angel tales.
The Land of Stories tells a story of twins Alex and Conner. Through a puzzling powers of a loving book of stories, they leave their universe behind and find themselves in a unfamiliar land full of consternation and sorcery where they come face-to-face with a angel story characters they grew adult reading about.
But after a array of encounters with witches, wolves, goblins, and trolls alike, removing behind home is going to be harder than they thought.
More About a Author: This year, Colfer will be seen in a eccentric film Struck By Lightning, that he both wrote and produced. Brian Dannelly (Saved) leads a coming-of-age comedy that also stars Allison Janney, Christina Hendricks, Dermot Mulroney and Sarah Hyland.
Additionally, Colfer recently adapted, The Little Leftover Witch, a commander for a Disney Channel formed on a children’s book of a same name by Florence Laughlin that centers on a small magician who was taken in by a family after a pile-up alighting on her broom.
Colfer grew adult behaving in village entertainment productions, and in high school, was active in a play program.
Chris Colfer’s arriving revisit is partial of Anderson’s Bookshops’ calendar of special author events. Anderson’s Bookshops specialize in book sales, author events, book signings, and building a clarity of community, training and fun. The store has been assisting Naperville readers for 6 generations. In 1878, Oswald’s pharmacy began offered books as a use to customers. So successful was that side of a business that it became an eccentric entity in 1964. Based in downtown Naperville, a store has grown with a village ever since. A second plcae is also open in downtown Downers Grove, during 5112 Main Street (630)-963-2665. A present shop, Anderson’s Two-Doors East, during 111 W. Jefferson Ave., in Naperville, non-stop in a tumble of 2009. Key to Anderson’s success has been special author events, like a Jul 19 module with Chris Colfer.