Fairy Tales get the blender treatment in new work of fiction for kids

Two Lewiston authors will release their new children’s book, “The Girl Who Lived in a Shoe and Other Torn-up Tales,” during a livestream event at 6:30 Nov. 12.

Bernice Seward and Michele Rietz collaborated with a group of other children’s book authors to create the 88-page collection. The group blended traditional fairy tales with “tidbits of history, snippets of dreams and scraps of imagination,” according to a news release.  

Other contributors are Loreley Smith of Spokane, Beverly Warren of Ellensburg, Wash., and Jessie Quist of Tri-Cities.

The five authors will talk about their writing process, illustrations and inspirations for the book. A question and answer session will follow. The event will be streamed on Seward’s YouTube channel via this shortened bitly link: www.bit.ly/3mPYdfO. The book is for sale at And Books Too in Clarkston.

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