Best-selling author visits Carnegie


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Author Margaret Peterson Haddix visited Carnegie Library on Thursday. Andrew was happy to meet the author of the book he is reading in school. Library staff is certain this photo deserves extra credit on his book report.

Author Margaret Peterson Haddix visited Carnegie Library on Thursday. Andrew was happy to meet the author of the book he is reading in school. Library staff is certain this photo deserves extra credit on his book report.


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Best-selling author Margaret Peterson Haddix spoke at Carnegie Public Library Thursday evening.

Haddix, a graduate of Miami Trace High School, has written more than 45 books. Those books have been mostly for intermediate age children and young adults.

This is the 25th visit Haddix has made to her former hometown library. The library and Haddix have made the engagement a yearly tradition, and the author usually visits in December.

After sharing stories, anecdotes and writing advice, Haddix stayed to autograph books and take pictures with her fans.

Books were sold on site by Books ‘N’ More from Wilmington. Also during the event, cookies made by Pigasus Pastries in Cincinnati were served.

For more information on Margaret Peterson Haddix, or to read her books, visit haddixbooks.com or stop in at Carnegie Public Library.

Author Margaret Peterson Haddix visited Carnegie Library on Thursday. Andrew was happy to meet the author of the book he is reading in school. Library staff is certain this photo deserves extra credit on his book report.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/12/web1_thumbnail_Andrew-and-MargaretVerCROPPED.jpgAuthor Margaret Peterson Haddix visited Carnegie Library on Thursday. Andrew was happy to meet the author of the book he is reading in school. Library staff is certain this photo deserves extra credit on his book report. Courtesy photo

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