To celebrate National Library Week, Georgia author, Melissa LeGette, will be visiting our school on Wednesday, April 15th. She will be talking to groups of students about beginning her book, The Unicorn Girl, at age 14 and what drew her to become a writer. Melissa will read a portion of her book and will follow up with a question and answer session. After each session, personalized signed copies of her book will be on sale for $10. Please stop by the media center to meet her in person and hear her talk about her fantastic book. Session times are listed below.
8:45-9:15 – Waters, Rushing, and Peabody
9:35-10:05 – Peabody, Waters, and Kirkland
10:30-11:00 – Kirkland and Waters
11:05-11:35 – Prosser and Peabody
11:35-12:30 – LUNCH
12:30-1:00 – Rushing and Peabody
1:00-1:30 – Prosser
1:35-2:05 – Prosser and Waters
2:35-3:05 – Waters
Students can receive a free The Unicorn Girl bookmark by reading the book and taking the Accelerated Reader test. Submit a question for the author and you could win a free autographed copy of the book. The student submitting the best question will win. We have nine copies of the book so stop by the media center to reserve a copy of The Unicorn Girl.
The Unicorn Girl by M.L. LeGette