Right across from the Long Beach Convention Center is a Borders bookstore. On Thursday, we had a few hours between setting up the Funk & Weber Designs booth and the Galleria event which I was to attend, so Mike, Barb (sister-in-law and booth decorator), and I walked along the beach and around town. We stopped at Borders to look for the Spiderwick activity books, which I still hadn’t seen.
We found them! Kudos once again to Simon Scribbles–I think the books look fantastic! It’s such a great feeling to like the end result of a collaborative project.
Now I need to update the Jen Funk Weber writing Web site. I don’t have images of the books on that yet, let alone anything else. I have some pictures of the craft projects that I’d like to post; they aren’t in the books, and there’s one in particular that I think is adorable, and fun, and delicious.
Categories: Children's writing
Congrats! How cool.
If you go to the Borders website and look for Spiderwick Chronicles, your books are both listed!
I am now the proud owner of both books. When are you going to sign them?
Hrmph! I still don’t have them.
I’ll sign them next time I’m in your neck of the desert.