About this Event
Join us to celebrate the launch of We Share This Earth, with local author Dan Saks in conversation with Joshua David Stein.
Readers and tree huggers of all ages are welcome to join us as we mark the publication of this rhyming, heartfelt celebration of the worldwide community and the vital role it plays in young children’s lives.
Copies of the book and other titles by Dan Saks will be available for purchase, and the author will be on hand to sign them.
About the book
We Share This Earth is an appreciation of our global community and the many ways in which it helps develop empathy, compassion, and collective responsibility. Specific examples of shared community are depicted across twelve countries, inviting young readers to connect with and acknowledge the importance of caring about and for one another, and the Earth we share.
Preorder your copy here!
About the author
Dan Saks is a musician and author. He has lived and taught in NYC, Mexico City, and Switzerland and has traveled the world as a performing musician. He is the creator and host of Noodle Loaf, a popular music education podcast for kids which has been awarded a Webby Honor and the Common Sense Media Seal of Approval. He has written a board book series celebrating diverse family experiences, (Families Belong, Families Can, Families Grow) as well as a series about community (We Share This School, We Share This Earth, We Share This Neighborhood [out 8/24]).
About Joshua David Stein
Joshua David Stein is a journalist, author and editor. He has served as the editor-at-large at Fatherly, the editor-in-chief of Blackbook, and the senior editor at Departures. He is currently editor-in-chief of AVENUE. His work has appeared in the New York Times, New York, Esquire, GQ, Hemispheres and many other publications. Previously, Stein was the restaurant critic for the Village Voice and the New York Observer. He currently lives in Brooklyn with his family.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Lofty Pigeon Books, Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA, United States