Books by the Banks 2010 featured many fun children’s authors- check it out!
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How would Heather Henson describe her life in either words? “A “Green Acres” remake plus three.” Hear her talk about her books and career as a writer in her own words. Heather Henson on being a writer
“This whimsical and magical book is your ticket to learning and fun as you explore all that makes Ohio unique, and uncover hidden items on each and every page.”1 Hidden Ohio “…is informative, fun and beautifully illustrated. Children will enjoy reading about the many fun places to visit, and little known facts about our great
Tamasin Noyes, a Northern-Ohio based food blogger and author of American Vegan Kitchen, has been a vegetarian for nearly thirty years and vegan for much of that time. But even if you’re not a vegan, her blog, American Vegan Kitchen, is worth a look. There is much here for the growing number of flexitarians among us who
Organizers of Books by the Banks: Cincinnati USA Book Festival are proud to present the 2010 Poster Debut Kickoff event on Wednesday, Sept. 1 at 7pm, at Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Rookwood Pavilion. Acclaimed illustrators John Maggard, Ryan Ostrander, C.F. Payne, and Will Hillenbrand will discuss their work and the illustrations they created exclusively for the annual Books by the
Books by the Banks is proud to welcome local author Tamara York! Her book, 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles, shares stories of Cincinnati’s best places to hike.
Two new books will be featured at Books by the Banks, and both feature a regional favorite- Bourbon. The two books: The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook, and the Kentucky Bourbon Cocktail both feature innovative and creative ways of using Bourbon! You can watch two videos from the books’ authors to hear more about these two books.