Miami Book Fair International

The Miami Book Fair International Street Fair kicks off tomorrow with free admission. Thousands of school children visit the Children’s Alley at the Street Fair and see their favorite authors in-person. The Children’s Alley is a must for children and families. Authors of children’s books present storytelling and special readings. Don’t miss the Miami Children’s Museum pirate show and walk the plank at the Once Upon A Time Children’s Stage. Show what you know about endangered animals in the Geo-Party Quiz Show with National Geographic kids. Create fun art projects with Bass Museum staff and local artists at the Tot Tent.

Back popular demand—comics and graphic novels! To the delight of teens, tweens and children: there’s a new comic section just for them. Renowned graphic novelists and illustrators are sure to grab their attention. The Miami Book Fair International has been recognized as the nation’s finest literary festival. The main event at the Street Fair is the Festival of Authors with over 450 authors reading and discussing their work. Live music, food court and more boasts lots of fun for families at the Street Fair.

The Miami Book Fair International opened November 15 with six nights of readings and discussions with celebrated authors from the United States and around the world. The Street Fair is tomorrow, November 20 through Sunday, November 22.

The Festival is a part of The Center for Writing and Literature at Miami Dade College. It promotes the advancement and appreciation of literature throughout the year.

For more information on the Miami Book Fair International, visit http://www.miamibookfair.com.

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