Best Selling Authors for Young Readers Visit Freeport Branch Library Oct. 6th 3-5 pm

Best Selling Authors Greg and Cynthia Lietich Smith Appearing at Freeport Library Sat. Oct. 6th – Check Freeport Branch Library for info or see below!

Freeport Branch Library Author Visit

October 6, 2012



About the authors
Cynthia and Greg write books for young readers. Cynthia is a New York Timesand Publisher’s Weeklybestelling author who was named the first featured author of Texas Library Association’s Spirit of TexasReading Program.


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Best-selling author Cynthia Leitich Smith and her husband Greg Leitich Smith are coming to Freeport!


Greg and Cynthia Leitich Smith 

Author visit and signing


Saturday, October 6

3:00-5:00 p.m.

Freeport Branch Library



Cynthia Leitich Smith 

Cynthia is the New York Times andPublisher’s Weekly best-selling author of “Tantalize,” “Eternal,” “Blessed,” “Diabolical,” and “Tantalize: Kieran’s Story,” all Gothic fantasies from Candlewick Press.

“Tantalize” was a Borders Original Voices selection, honored at the 2007 National Book Festival, and The Horn Book called it “an intoxicating romantic thriller.”

“Eternal” was a YALSA Teens Top Ten nominee, featured at the Texas Book Festival, and Publisher’s Weekly said “…readers should be hooked by this fully formed world, up through the action-packed finale. It debuted at #5 on theNew York Times best-seller list and #13 on the Publisher’s Weekly best-seller list.

“Blessed” was a YALSA Teens Top Ten nominee and cheered by The Horn Book Magazine as “A hearty meal for the thinking vampire reader.” Kirkus Reviews calls the world “wild and ultimately fascinating.”


Greg Leitich Smith 

In addition to “Chronal Engine,” Greg is the author of “Ninjas, Piranhas, and Galileo” and “Tofu and T.Rex.” He and Cynthia co-authored the picture book “Santa Knows.”


Greg has degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Texas at Austin.  In addition, he has a degree in law from The University of Michigan Law School.



Jingle DancerCynthia’s book “Jingle Dancer” was a finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award, runner-up for the Western Writers Association Storyteller Award, and was named to the Texas 2×2 List.



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