Saturday Storytime with Ruth Spiro at The Book Stall
Date and Time:
Feb 17 2024 10:30 am - 11:30 am
The Book Stall
811 Elm St., Winnetka, IL 60093

Ruth Spiro

Saturday Storytime with Ruth Spiro at The Book Stall

Community Event

Attention houseplant fans! The Book Stall is delighted to host bestselling children’s author Ruth Spiro on Saturday, February 17 at 10:30 am for a fun and informative story time and craft activity featuring her new picture book, Love Grows! This charming celebration of family, plants, and the boundlessness of love is told in poetic letters from aunt to niece. Following the reading, attendees will be invited to decorate cups and plant seed paper flowers, which will come with instructions for growing the seeds at home! Attendees will also be able to take home plant cuttings to grow at home. Ms. Spiro will be signing her works! This book is perfect for kids ages 4 to 8.

We are asking for registration for the story time. To register, please visit our website or CLICK HERE.

More About the Book: Following a child’s visit to her aunt’s plant-filled home, she receives a loving note and gift from her aunt – her very own plant baby! This gift is followed by others, and with each addition, their relationship blossoms, and love grows! A year later, when her aunt comes for a visit, the proud young plantsperson shows off their indoor garden, a twin to her aunt’s and a cheerful reminder of their boundless love. Each spread includes a sidebar with a fun fact about the new plant.

Kirkus Reviews says, “The combination of accurately depicted plants with occasional silly rhymes and loving endearments make for a delightful balance of education and fun. This book brims with both warmth and information. A sweet introduction to houseplants.”

More About the Author: Ruth Spiro is the author of over 30 children’s books, including the best-selling Baby Loves Science series, How to Explain Coding to a Grown-Up, and Made by Maxine. Her books have been praised by The Los Angeles Times, NPR, TODAY, Popular Science, and the National Science Teaching Association. Ruth speaks regularly at schools and early childhood conferences across the country. She lives in the Chicagoland area with her husband, two daughters, and many, many plants! Learn more about her HERE.