Meet and Listen to, ROB SANDERS, Local, Award Winning Children’s Fiction and Activism Author Saturday MAY 25th at 1pm

Meet and listen to award winning children’s fiction and nonfiction author, Rob Sanders, author of “Stonewall”, “Pride”, and the “Ruby Rose” series! Saturday, May 25th 1pm

Rob Sanders writes fierce and funny picture books. From fiction to nonfiction, Rob’s unique style and voicerings with clarity. Rob is a writer who teaches and a teacher who writes. Every school day he teaches elementary school kids about books and words and reading and writing. Kids will love checking out his FOR KIDS link ( Teachers will find help on the FOR TEACHERS link.(

Rob also mentors other writers, leads writing workshops, critiques manuscripts, and spends time collaborating and learning with others who share the same passion. Writers, check out Rob’s FOR WRITERS link.

Rob writes books—books that kids of all ages can read and enjoy! He creates fictional picture books that tickle your funny bone and touch your heart. And his nonfiction will introduce readers to people and events that will inspire, motivate, and challenge them. Check out Rob’s BOOKS link to learn more about his wonderful works.

We are so excited!❤📚🏳️‍🌈❤📚👍❤

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    See you then!!