Besides being famous, what do Louis Armstrong, Louis Braille, Ruby Bridges, Michael Chang, Nadia Comaneci, Bobby Fischer, Anne Frank, S. E. Hinton, Joan of Arc, Helen Keller, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Pelé, Pablo Picasso, Pocahontas, Sacagawea, Shirley Temple, Venus and Serena Williams, Stevie Wonder and Malala Yousafzai have in common? They all began making positive impacts on the world while they were still kids!
Aileen Weintraub tells the inspiring stories of these and other early achievers in Never Too Young! 50 Unstoppable Kids Who Made a Difference (September 2018, Sterling Publishing). The book became a best-seller when it debuted on Amazon, and won a Parents’ Choice Award. The Accord-based author has written more than 50 children’s books, with her next, Secrets of the American Museum of Natural History, due out this spring.
Weintraub will give a book-signing and reading for Never Too Young! at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 30 at the Kingston Barnes and Noble store, located at 1177 Ulster Avenue (Route 9W). It’s being presented in conjunction with Story Hour, so there will be snacks and activities as well. Admission is free, and copies of the book will be available for purchase. To learn more about Never Too Young! visit https://amzn.to/2UruTyi.
Reading of Never Too Young! 50 Unstoppable Kids Who Made a Difference, Saturday, Mar. 30, 11 a.m., Free, Barnes and Noble, Ulster Plaza, 1177 Ulster Ave., Kingston, (845) 336-0590