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Jan Brett brings her whimsical world to Palo Alto

Original post made on Dec 13, 2019

Author-illustrator Jan Brett, who has drawn in fans for her combination of simple-yet-clever storylines and richly detailed animal artwork, will be presenting her newest book, "The Tale of The Tiger Slippers," on Sunday, Dec. 15.

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In a related matter a Stanford graduate named Andrew Nielsen performer known as MC Lars will return to town on December 29 to deliver in hip-hop fashion a condensed version and analysis of the classic non-children’s work although it’s about a teenager adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain also known as Samuel Clemens.
It is good/
Go, you should.
And on
And on
You don’t stop
Integration
Across the nation (That’s not actually part of the show I’m just making it up, yup. )


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