BC Writers Series presents Deborah Hodge
6975 Alberni St Suite 215
BC V8A 2B8
Children’s author, Deborah Hodge, feels lucky to live so close to nature on the Pacific west coast and many of her books for young readers reflect this. Her recent title West Coast Wild: A Nature Alphabet celebrates the beauty of the land and sea and the diversity of plants and animals that inhabit this lovely part of the world. In her presentation, Deborah will take you through her writing and research process, sharing various stages of the book’s creation and showing samples of writing and art throughout. She can also talk about picture books. Bring your questions about writing for children and she will do her best to answer them.
A feature author for the 2019 BC Writers Series.
The Powell River Public Library is launching the BC Writers Series this year. The writers series is focused on highlighting the talent of authors that call British Columbia home. Dina Del Bucchia, Susan Juby, Sam Wiebe and Deborah Hodge will be part of the first year of this exciting new series being offered at the Library.
More about the 2019 BC Writers Series:
From poetry to mystery, the BC Writers Series aims to showcase the wide variety of work being published in the province.
The Powell River Public Library is excited to add these four wonderful authors to the list of the many we’ve been fortunate to host in the past, including Grant Lawrence, Mike McCardell, John Vaillant and Kyo Maclear.
These engaging and fun Library events are open to people of all ages, and are free. Because author readings and workshops are often popular, we recommend that anyone interested arrive early to ensure that they get a seat.
For more information about all the events offered at the Library, visit our website at prpl.ca.