Exciting News!

| October 16, 2014 | 2 Comments

Exciting News!!

book cover for Stati Zitta, Josie by Rachel Guido deVries

Rachel Guido deVries’s latest children’s book, Stati Zitta, Josie (Be Quiet, Josie) is now available.

Rachel’s newest children’s book is out and available. Stati Zitta, Josie (Be Quiet, Josie) tells the story of a little girl who can’t stop thinking up and telling stories. She has a big imagination, and not enough people to listen to her. Along the way, Josie learns a lesson about the grandmother, born in Italy, who Josie never knew. But it turns out she has inherited that grandmother’s story telling gift.

Rachel’s first children/s book, Teeny Tiny Tino’s Fishing Story was a winner of the 2008 Paterson Prize for Books for Young People Award.

Rachel will be signing books and doing a reading from Stati Zitta, Josie:

Saturday, October 25: St. Lucy’s Church, Gifford, Syracuse 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and after 5:00 mass.

Sunday, October 26: St. Lucy’s Church, before and after 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. mass.

Thursday, November 13: Cazenovia, Public Library, Albany St,. Cazenovia 4:30-5:30 in the library’s community room

Saturday, November 22: Utica Public Library, 10:30 a.m.

Saturday, November 29: Indies First at River’s End Bookstore, 19 West Bridge St., Oswego, NY 10 a.m to 2 p.m.

Check back to this site for more announcements of reading/signing dates coming soon.

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  1. Leah Chamish says:

    I picked up Stati Zitta, Josie at the Brooklyn Book Festival. I just read it now once more from beginning to end. It is an absolutely delightful read!! The story has me itching to draw and write, but most of all – to bake some biscotti as a surprise for my daughter when she gets home from school! Thanks for sharing your creative talents, Leah

    • Dear Leah,
      Thanks so much for your good words about Stati Zitta, Josie. I am glad you liked the story, and am delighted that you were going to make your daughter biscotti…anyway maybe share one of your stories!
      Did she enjoy the biscotti? I hope you both did. One of my most treasured memories of my mom is sitting at the kitchen table together, just the two of us, and dunking our biscotti into coffee for her, and milk for me. Sometimes she would pour a little coffee into my milk. Having coffee with friends is still one of my favorite things to do.

      Sorry I took so long to acknowledge your note, and thank you for it. Happy New Year!

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