Tony DiTerlizzi Children's Book Talk & Signing Five Forks Library


December 3, 2018 @ 6:30 pm
Fiction Addiction
Five Forks Library
104 Sunnydale Dr
Simpsonville, SC 29681

Tony DiTerlizzi Children’s Book Talk & Signing

When: Monday, December 3rd, 2018 at 6:30pm

Where: Five Forks Library (104 Sunnydale Dr, Simpsonville, SC 29681, USA)

Cost: FREE!

If You Cannot Make the Event

Preorder signed books to be picked up after the event or shipped.

If You’re Attending the Event

Join us as we welcome New York Times bestselling author
and Caldecott Honor–winning illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi, who
is releasing his first picture book in 12 years — The Broken Ornament.
From his fanciful picture books to chapter books like Kenny and the
Dragon and The Search for WondLa, Tony imbues his stories
with a rich imagination. His middle grade series, The Spiderwick
Chronicles, has sold millions of copies and been adapted into a
feature film.

6:30p-7p ~ Buy books and make an ornament.
7p-7:30p ~ Tony DiTerlizzi
7:30p-8p ~ Have your book signed!

*In order to join the signing line, each customer must purchase on-site at least
one copy of The Broken Ornament. Purchasing/preordering your book
from Fiction Addiction ( will give you a ticket to the signing
line too. Mr. DiTerlizzi will sign any additional books of his that you own.

About The Broken Ornament

Jack wants this to be the best Christmas ever, and he knows just how to make it happen…

More! More lights, more presents, more cookies, more treats. More. More. More! So, when Jack breaks a dusty old ornament, he’s not sure why his mom is so upset. They can always get more ornaments, so what’s the big deal? Turns out the ornament was an heirloom, precious for more reasons than one. And Jack has a lot to learn about the true meaning of Christmas.

A fairy emerges from the shattered ornament. She has the power to make the most magical Christmasy things happen. Suddenly trees are sprouting, reindeer are flying, and snowmen are snowball fighting. All of it is so perfect, or it would be if she could fix Mom’s ornament. But she can’t.

So it’s up to Jack to make some Christmas magic of his own.