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Photo courtesy of Rosemary Wells

Rosemary Wells, the creator of the popular Max & Ruby book series, will read one of her stories and also sign purchased copies of her books. Participants are invited to make their own Max & Ruby-themed crafts.

The event will also celebrate the addition of Wells' original artwork from Bunny Mail to the Library’s collection. The 2004 book follows Ruby as she sends out party invitations, but Max sends a letter of his own. When Max’s letter is delivered to Grandma, she thinks Max is just saying hello, so Max sends her another one. That’s when Grandma realizes Max is asking for something special.

Wells, 76, has written and illustrated more than 120 books for children, more than 40 of those featuring bunny-siblings Max & Ruby, who also star in a Nickelodeon TV show. Many of the characters in Wells’ books are animals who find themselves in human predicaments.

Rosemary Wells, the creator of the popular Max & Ruby book series, will read one of her stories and also sign purchased copies of her books. Participants are invited to make their own Max & Ruby-themed crafts.

The event will also celebrate the addition of Wells' original artwork from Bunny Mail to the Library’s collection. The 2004 book follows Ruby as she sends out party invitations, but Max sends a letter of his own. When Max’s letter is delivered to Grandma, she thinks Max is just saying hello, so Max sends her another one. That’s when Grandma realizes Max is asking for something special.

Wells, 76, has written and illustrated more than 120 books for children, more than 40 of those featuring bunny-siblings Max & Ruby, who also star in a Nickelodeon TV show. Many of the characters in Wells’ books are animals who find themselves in human predicaments.

Rosemary Wells, the creator of the popular Max & Ruby book series, will read one of her stories and also sign purchased copies of her books. Participants are invited to make their own Max & Ruby-themed crafts.

The event will also celebrate the addition of Wells' original artwork from Bunny Mail to the Library’s collection. The 2004 book follows Ruby as she sends out party invitations, but Max sends a letter of his own. When Max’s letter is delivered to Grandma, she thinks Max is just saying hello, so Max sends her another one. That’s when Grandma realizes Max is asking for something special.

Wells, 76, has written and illustrated more than 120 books for children, more than 40 of those featuring bunny-siblings Max & Ruby, who also star in a Nickelodeon TV show. Many of the characters in Wells’ books are animals who find themselves in human predicaments.

WHEN

WHERE

The Gallery at the Fort Worth Central Library
500 W. 3rd St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://fortworthtexas.gov/library/authorvisit/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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