Reading Series 3/12

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01/01/1970

302 Broome Street

Neighborhood: Lower East Side

After conducting an extensive series of discussions with all of you, we have determined that Thursday, March 12 at 8:00 pm is the time that works best for all of our schedules.

Friends of Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood ELLEN SCHECTER, CAROLINE HENLEY, and PATRICK GALLAGHER will read at that time. As usual, the place is Happy Ending, 302 Broome St. @ Forsyth on the Lower East Side.

ELLEN SCHECTER has published 24 books for children with Viking Penguin Putnam, HarperCollins, Scholastic, and Bantam Doubleday Dell. She has written, produced, or developed many multi-award-winning television series for children and families, including The Magic Schoolbus and Reading Rainbow for PBS, Allegra’s Window and Pinwheel for Nickleodeon, Out of the Box on the Disney channel, and Ramona (based on the books of Beverly Cleary) for the Canadian Broadcasting System. Her latest film project is RED SUN, an animated feature film, currently in development. She was also Executive Producer of Voices of Lupus and of We’re Here! Young Immigrants Tell Their Stories. Schecter is a member of the Writer’s Guild, ASCAP, The Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, and PEN. She is featured in Who’s Who Among American Women, Who’s Who In Entertainment, and Something About The Author.

CAROLINE HENLEY has been published in 34th Street Magazine, The F Word, and elsewhere. She is a featured writer for the daily blog buyordontbuy.com, “your ultimate shopping guide for a reputation economy.” Caroline works in pageturners. PATRICK GALLAGHER has been published in the New York Times, Anamesa, Wheelhouse, Show Business Weekly, Smyles and Fish, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, and elsewhere. He is editor of the blogs Free iPod Giveaway Dawn, The God That Succeeded, and The Great Man. Patrick is writing his PhD thesis in the department of Comparative Literature at NYU.

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