4:00 PM16:00

A Pizza Party with Marilyn at Boswell Books

You’re cordially invited to a pizza party at Boswell with P. J. Funnybunny author Marilyn Sadler, presenting her latest book great for ages four and up, Charlie Piechart and the Case of the Missing Pizza, in which Charlie Piechart is on the case when a slice of pepperoni pizza disappears. This event will include a talk, reading, activities, and—of course—pizza!

With a dinnertime mystery and five hungry suspects, Charlie Piechart makes fractions fun. Charlie Piechart has a piechart for a belly, and it’s a belly that’s perfect for showing fractions. In his first mystery, perfect for little math enthusiasts, it’s pizza night at the Piecharts. How about veggies on top? "NO VEGGIES!" yell 4/6 of the pizza eaters. No one wants anchovies, either. They like Charlie’s idea best: pepperoni. But with 6 pizza eaters, 3 sizes of pizza on the delivery menu, and 2 slices allotted for each person, it is no surprise when there’s a mystery! Screams from Charlie’s sisters kick off the mystery: 1 of the 12 slices has gone missing. So who did it? Charlie counts the suspects and questions each one (except Mom). But could he be forgetting someone?

Visit http://www.boswellbooks.com/upcoming-events.


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Local Author Book Fair at Loganberry Books – Larchmere Festival
10:00 AM10:00

Local Author Book Fair at Loganberry Books – Larchmere Festival


Visit Marilyn at the Larchmere Festival on Saturday, July 11 from 10:00am-5:00pm!

Larchmere Boulevard is a home-grown Cleveland original, with mom-and-pop shops, unique retail, skilled local services, and a pretty cool bookstore. Every summer, the community celebrates with a Festival to highlight our community and the main street. 

Marilyn will signing books along with other local authors at Loganberry Books:

13015 Larchmere Blvd.
Shaker Hts., OH 44120

This year, the Larchmere Festival will feature:

  • Antiques Fair, featuring quality collectibles and antiques from local vendors
  • Local Artists, from crafters to makers and good old-fashioned illustrators
  • Author Alley, from national bestsellers to local self-published authors
  • Entertainment, including live music, workshops, a chess tournament, spoken word, and children’s activities

The Larchmere Festival extends from Kemper to East 121st Street - 10 blocks of shopping and entertainment. Larchmere Boulevard is located just one block north of historic Shaker Square, on Cleveland’s east side, and is easily accessible by bike and public transit. All events free. 

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