Join us for a Sneak Preview Party celebrating the publication of Stories from Home: Married Days (on sale October 3rd) with author Sara Hoagland Hunter and illustrator Torrie Morrison at the Osterville Village Library on Thursday September 7th at 5:00pm. Books will be for sale at the event, courtesy of Titcomb's Bookshop. The author and illustrator will be signing books after their presentation and Q&A.
Refreshments of wedding cake and lemonade will be served for attendees!
No RSVP is required. Please feel free to stop by and celebrate the publication of Stories from Home: Married Days with us!
ABOUT THE BOOK
Shining a laser light on the secrets to lifetime partnership, this portrait of a marriage is a salve for the soul -- a laugh out loud love story for all generations.
In this comic, comforting sequel to her well-loved Stories from Home: Dover Days, the author tackles the challenges and triumphs of courtship and marriage. Hop on this relationship roller coaster ride through a near-disastrous blind date, a horrifying "meet the parents" moment, a string of domestic disasters, and the white-knuckle twists and turns of family life.
"Readers seeking joy in their longterm relationships will discover truths that touch the heart and stories to make them laugh. This is the perfect bedside table book to cherish and savor for yourself or to cheer and comfort a friend or family member on the brink of a meaningful relationship."
--Sara Hoagland Hunter
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sara Hoagland Hunter is the author of Stories from Home: Dover Days as well as ten books for children including award winners, The Unbreakable Code and Every Turtle Counts. Her songs for the Warner Bros. Baby Looney Tunes TV series air around the world.
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR
Torrie Morrison, illustrator of both books in the Stories from Home series, is a graphic designer and illustrator. A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, she is a partner with husband Scott in Morrison and Morrison Design. There is no place she'd rather be than her New York or Cape Cod gardens with Scott, their two grown daughters, and the family Corgi, Hazel.