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Natasha Tripplett, The Blue Pickup - CHILDREN'S EVENT IN LYNDEN!

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Sat, 02/17/2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
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Village Books in Lynden
430 Front St
Lynden, WA 98264

Join Natasha Tripplett as she shares her brand new picture book The Blue Pickup in Lynden!

THIS IS A FREE KIDS EVENT! Click here to reserve your seat or pre-order a copy of the book.

Ju-Girl's favorite days are the ones spent with Granddad in his garage, fixing cars and hearing stories about his old blue pickup.

Granddad used to drive the blue pickup all over the island, bringing happiness to many. And now it just sits in the driveway.

One day, Ju-Girl asks Granddad if he'd ever fix it, and he's unsure at first. But the pair soon finds out just what it takes to restore the memory of the blue pickup and to create new stories along the way. This heartwarming layered tale, brought to life with lush illustrations by Monica Mikai (Thank a Farmer), reminds us about the joy of repairing things with our hands and preserving stories with our hearts.

Natasha Tripplett, a Jewish-Jamaican American author, lives in Northern California where she writes from a treehouse perched in a sycamore tree. As a baby, Natasha was adopted into a Dutch, Christian family. Her multicultural background has allowed her to flow seamlessly through different cultures while bridging gaps that typically divide people. Natasha is represented by Caryn Wiseman of Andrea Brown Literary Agency and has forthcoming picture books with HarperCollins, Chronicle and WaterBrook. Natasha bubbles with excitement over antiques, chocolate, coffee on the front porch, and cozy movie nights in front of the fireplace with her husband and four children.

The Blue Pickup By Natasha Tripplett, Monica Mikai (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Natasha Tripplett, Monica Mikai (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780063159877
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: HarperCollins - February 6th, 2024