Vanessa Bayer: How Do You Care for a Very Sick Bear?
Pick out your favorite teddy bear and join us for a fun story time event with actress and comedian Vanessa Bayer, who will be in New York City celebrating the release of her debut picture book, How Do You Care For A Very Sick Bear?, a heartwarming story about how to care for a friend in need. In addition to a reading, Vanessa will talk a bit about the personal inspiration behind the book and what she hopes readers will take away from it. Following the story time there will be an opportunity to make get well cards for children at NYC-area hospitals. There will also be a book signing (books only) and posed photo opportunity with Vanessa. Please have your camera ready once you reach the front of the line. You MUST purchase a book in order to get in the signing line. Purchase a copy of HOW DO YOU CARE FOR A VERY SICK BEAR? at the link above to attend this event. Please note that payment is required for all online event orders at the time of checkout. The event will be located in the Strand's 3rd floor Rare Book Room at our store at 828 Broadway at 12th Street. Signing Guidelines: Vanessa will personalize one copy of HOW DO YOU CARE FOR A VERY SICK BEAR? per person and sign the rest Vanessa will do posed photos Vanessa will only sign HOW DO YOU CARE FOR A VERY SICK BEAR? during the signing. No other movie paraphernalia or items.
Venue: Strand Book Store
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