Parnassus Books is thrilled to welcome bestselling authors R.L. Stine, creator of Goosebumps, and Marc Brown, creator of Arthur, to celebrate their new picture book collaboration, Mary McScary, as part of our Salon@615 speaker series.
This event will take place at Harding Academy and is a free, ticketed event. Click here to purchase tickets now. A limited number of tickets will also be available on-site on the day of the event.
To join the signing line at this event and have books signed by the authors, each family must purchase a copy of Mary McScary from Parnassus Books. Books can be purchased in the store, over the phone, online, or at the event. Use the coupon code SALON10 to receive 10% off your purchase online. The discount will be automatically applied in the store, over the phone, and at the event.
More About Mary McScary
Mary McScary is a wildly funny new picture book that will have kids shrieking, “BOOOOOO!” Mary spends her days being scary. She scares her mom, her dad, her pets, and even a balloon! But Mary has met her match when her cousin Harry McScary comes to visit. He’s not afraid of anything, until Mary finds a way to give Harry the scare of his life.
More About R.L. Stine
R.L. Stine created the Goosebumps series, which has over 400 million copies in print worldwide. His other popular children’s series include Fear Street, The Nightmare Room, and his first picture book, with Marc Brown, The Little Shop of Monsters.
More About Marc Brown
Marc Brown created the bestselling Arthur Adventure book series and is creative producer of PBS’s award-winning series Arthur, the longest running children’s animated show in history.
More About Salon@615
Salon@615 presents bestselling authors free to the public through a unique partnership between the Nashville Public Library, Humanities Tennessee, BookPage, Parnassus Books and the Nashville Public Library Foundation. Together, we nurture and celebrate the literary life of Nashville by presenting author talks and book signings to our community.
Since its inception in early 2011, Salon@615 has become a regular and vital author reading series on Nashville’s cultural calendar.