Haddix makes 25th visit to Carnegie


Margaret shared insights with a crowd of 50-plus people on what it’s like to be an author, how she decides what to write as well as the importance of books and libraries.

Margaret shared insights with a crowd of 50-plus people on what it’s like to be an author, how she decides what to write as well as the importance of books and libraries.


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In honor of Margaret Haddix’s 25th visit to speak at the library, the author treated her audience to cookies from Pigasus Pastries in Cincinnati.


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Children’s department staff Aaron Teter and Anne Quinn, with author Margaret Peterson Haddix and her three most recent books. Haddix visited Carnegie Library this past Thursday.


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Margaret shared insights with a crowd of 50-plus people on what it’s like to be an author, how she decides what to write as well as the importance of books and libraries.

In honor of Margaret Haddix’s 25th visit to speak at the library, the author treated her audience to cookies from Pigasus Pastries in Cincinnati.

Children’s department staff Aaron Teter and Anne Quinn, with author Margaret Peterson Haddix and her three most recent books. Haddix visited Carnegie Library this past Thursday.

Margaret shared insights with a crowd of 50-plus people on what it’s like to be an author, how she decides what to write as well as the importance of books and libraries.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_Margaret-Speaks.jpgMargaret shared insights with a crowd of 50-plus people on what it’s like to be an author, how she decides what to write as well as the importance of books and libraries. Courtesy photos

In honor of Margaret Haddix’s 25th visit to speak at the library, the author treated her audience to cookies from Pigasus Pastries in Cincinnati.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_Margaret-and-Cookies.jpgIn honor of Margaret Haddix’s 25th visit to speak at the library, the author treated her audience to cookies from Pigasus Pastries in Cincinnati. Courtesy photos

Children’s department staff Aaron Teter and Anne Quinn, with author Margaret Peterson Haddix and her three most recent books. Haddix visited Carnegie Library this past Thursday.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_jpegthumbnail_Aaron-Margaret-Anne.jpgChildren’s department staff Aaron Teter and Anne Quinn, with author Margaret Peterson Haddix and her three most recent books. Haddix visited Carnegie Library this past Thursday. Courtesy photos