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1st Saturday In Three Rivers

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Date(s) - 06/03/2023
11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Three Rivers Historical Museum


EVERY 1st SATURDAY, the artists, restaurants and merchants of Three Rivers, California, open their doors and invite you to join in a town-wide celebration from 11 to 5 o’clock unless stated on Blog and Map. You can pick up a map and schedule at Kaweah Arts and the Three Rivers Historical Museum – the map shows all participating venues, art to see, locations and times for special events.

Featured Author: Lea Maryanow

Lea, is a mother, wife, teacher, and writer. Her debut children’s book Stripes was published in January 2023 and hit the Amazon Top Ten in the first couple of weeks. As an author, she has been invited as a guest speaker to several schools as well as to Rachel Siever’s popular “Consent to Treat” podcast and MY97.5 promoted her most recent event at the ImagineU museum in Visalia. With invitations from overseas, she will be introducing Stripes to Europe this summer. Furthermore, Stripes has been featured by several influencers on Instagram. Lea can be found on Facebook and Instagram: @leamaryanow. More information can also be found on her website: www.leamaryanow.com.

Lea Maryanow will be selling her book Stripes and offer a book reading at 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM, and 3:30 PM.
1st Saturday Deal:
Hardcover + Bookplate: $28
Paperback + Bookplate: $18
Stickers: $2

Lea’s Book Details:
“Am I a white zebra with black stripes or a black zebra with white stripes?” asks Zebra. Zebra cannot find the answer to this question alone, so it asks eight animals in the African savannah if they know the answer it seeks. Each animal answers with its own, unique personality, yet leaves Zebra with no satisfactory answer. Just when Zebra wants to give up, it remembers what Lion had answered him as he had scared Zebra away because Lion sees meat and isn’t concerned with color like Zebra. Because Zebra was afraid of becoming Lion’s lunch when it met him, Zebra didn’t fully appreciate Lion’s answer. Eventually, Lion’s words surprise Zebra and the reader with answering Zebra’s question-it doesn’t matter if Zebra is primarily black OR primarily white. What matters is that it is equally black AND white.

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