March to Your Own Story this summer in downtown St. Cloud. Starting May 29th St. Cloud Main Street in partnership with Kisselback Ford and the Osceola Education Foundation will be hosting a read along scavenger hunt downtown. Pick up your map at the Police substation on New York Ave and see if you can find all the pages to the children’s book.
To ensure a summer full of reading and family activities these books will rotate every two weeks with a different local author featured. Kicking off our program is “I Am Not a Fish” by Peter Raymundo. On the last day of Peter’s book feature you can find him at the last page of his book for a meet and greet and a small prize. Plus, the first 20 families to show up for the meet and greet will receive one autographed copy of the book per family.
May 29 – June 11 “I Am Not a Fish” by Peter Raymundo with meet and greet June 11th from 6-7:30PM
June 12 – June 25 “The Boy Who Grew a Forest” by Sophia Gholz with meet and greet June 25th from 5-6:30PM
June 26 – July 9 “The Amazing City of Arbella Lamore” by Dirk Webb with meet and greet July 9th from 5-6:30PM
July 10 – July 23 – “Terri’s Debut” by Mary Hupe with meet and greet July 23 from 5-6:30PM
July 24 – August 6 “Babe the Bear” by Paula Stark with meet and greet August 6 from 5-6:30PM
Times are subject to change. Please check the St. Cloud Main Street Facebook page to verify author meet and greet times.
You can read more about this program here.