Mother’s Day Reading at the Upper West Side Barnes and Noble with Susan Konig and Katharine Holabird
What would a Museum of Motherhood-sponsored Mother’s Day reading be without humor, inspiration, art, or creativity? Luckily, we will never have to find out, because our Barnes and Noble event on Sunday, May 10 will feature readings from Katharine Holabird of the famed Angelina Ballerina children’s series and Susan Konig, the author of several books and essays that draw from her experience as a mother. Katharine will open our special Mother’s Day event with a reading at the Upper West Side Barnes and Noble (82nd St. and Broadway) from 1-2PM, followed by a reading from Susan Konig out of her new book Teenagers and Toddlers Are Trying to Kill Me from 2-3PM. Book lovers can support the Museum of Motherhood from May 6-15 by shopping the Museum of Motherhood book fair online at http://www.barnesandnoble.com/bookfairs/. Enter the code of 11455805 at checkout to see a portion of the sale benefit the museum.
For more information about Susan Konig, check out her bio here:
Susan Konig has been a staff writer for The Washington Post, an editor at Seventeen magazine and a columnist for The New York Post. Her articles and essays have appeared in national publications including Ladies’ Home Journal, Travel & Leisure, First for Women and Parade. She co-hosted the popular Speak Now…with Dave and Susan Konig on Sirius Satellite radio with her Emmy Award-winning comedian husband. Her first book, Why Animals Sleep So Close to the Road (and Other Lies I Tell My Children), was called “brilliant, witty, and downright Bombeckian” by USA Today. Her follow-up I Wear the Maternity Pants in This Family was a Parade Pick in Parade magazine. Her third book, Teenagers and Toddlers Are Trying to Kill Me!, is based on a true story. http://www.susankonig.net
Arranged by: Jenny Nigro, MoM Online Intern