Writers workshop at Agassiz library

Deborah Turney Zagwyn holding children's book workshop this Saturday

The Pumpkin Blanket is just one of many books from author Deborah Turney Zagwyn. She will lead a writer's workshop on Mar. 1 at the Agassiz library.

We all have a story that would make a great kids book.This year the library has asked their friend, author Deborah Turney Zagwyn, to come back to her old stomping grounds and inspire other local writers to bring out their inner children’s story. Don’t miss this chance to work with a pro

Turney Zagwyn has penned several children’s books, including Turtle Spring, The Pumpkin Blank, The Sea House and Apple Batter.

Registration is recommended, but drop ins are welcome for this free workshop, being held Sat., Mar. 1 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Agassiz Library.

 

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