Melanie Shankle

What:  Melanie Shankle will discuss and sign her newest book, CHURCH OF THE SMALL THINGS 

When: Saturday, October 28, 11:00 am

Where:  Blue Willow Bookshop, 14532 Memorial Drive, Houston, TX  77079

Admission:  In order to go through the signing line and meet Melanie Shankle for book personalization, please purchase CHURCH OF THE SMALL THINGS from Blue Willow Bookshop. At the time of your purchase, we will issue a signing line ticket that indicates your place in line. Your book and signing line ticket can be picked up at the event.

About the Author:

Melanie Shankle writes regularly at The Big Mama blog and is the New York Times bestselling author of three previous books, including NOBODY'S CUTER THAN YOU. Melanie is a graduate of Texas A&M and loves writing, shopping at Target, checking to see what's on sale at Anthropologie, and trying to find the lighter side in every situation. Most of all, she loves being the mother of Caroline, the wife of Perry, and the official herder of two wild dogs named Piper and Mabel. The five of them live in San Antonio, Texas.

Ordering:

A limited number of autographed copies of this book will be available for purchase after the event. If you cannot attend the event, and would like a personalized copy of the book, please call us before the event at (281) 497-8675.

If you can't attend the event or need a copy shipped to you, you may call the store or add the appropriate book to your cart on our website. Payment type must be "CreditCard." In the order notes, add personalization details.

To place an international order, please email orders@bluewillowbookshop.com to obtain shipping details and to have items shipped to you. Staff will respond within 24-48 hours.

Event date: 
Saturday, October 28, 2017 - 11:00am
Event address: 
Church of the Small Things: The Million Little Pieces That Make Up a Life Cover Image
$22.99
ISBN: 9780310348870
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Zondervan - October 3rd, 2017

Is my ordinary, everyday life actually significant? Is it okay to be fulfilled by the simple acts of raising kids, working in an office, and cooking chicken for dinner?


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