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Quilt Series Readings at BCM

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The Brooklyn Children's Musuem is hosting a fun Literacy Quilt Reading Series for Spring. Check out a few of these events and enjoy a fun and educational outing with your kids.

Saturday, April 28th
Pat Cummings
Award-winning author/illustrator Pat Cummings will be reading from Clean Your Room, Harvey Moon and Harvey Moon, Museum Boy. She answer audience questions and sign copies of her books. Library @ 2:30pm

Sunday, April 29th
Artists, writers and illustrator, John and Wendy will read from their Periwinkle Smith series, answer questions and sign copies of their work. Library @ 12:30pm

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Upcoming Quilt Series Readings at BCM
Brooklyn Children's Museum
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Brooklyn, NY 11213
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