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Much loved YA author Stephanie Kate Strohm is back at The Book Cellar to launch her newest book The Date to Save. She will be in-conversation with Gloria Chao.
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About Stephanie Kate Strohm:
Stephanie Kate Strohm is the author of It's Not Me, It's You; The Taming of the Drew; Pilgrims Don't Wear Pink; Confederates Don't Wear Couture and the upcoming The Date to Save and Prince in Disguise (Fall 2017). She grew up on the Connecticut coast, where a steady diet of Little House on the Prairie turned her into a history nerd at an early age. After graduating with a joint major in theater and history from Middlebury College, she acted her way around the country, performing in more than 25 states.
Although she was born in New York, she currently lives in Chicago, and doesn't discriminate against any type of pizza. When she's not writing, she loves baking, walking her dog Lorelei, taking dance cardio classes too seriously, and playing board games with her husband.
About The Date to Save:
The word is out... BROOKS MANDEVILLE, quarterback: Friday is the homecoming game and dance. It is a very big deal.
NATALIE WAGNER, marching band clarinet: Our band's halftime show performances are legendary, even if our football team isn't.
CINTHIA ALVAREZ, Academic Battle team member: Our Academic Battle team has won five years in a row. This Friday, it'll be six.
TANNER ERICKSEN, sophomore class candidate for vice president: Holly has to win the election for class president this Friday!
HOLLY CARPENTER, cheerleader, Academic Battle team member, class president candidate: Friday? Everything is on Friday? How can I be in three places at once?
COLIN VON KOHORN, editor-in-chief of the Prepster: This kind of scheduling incompetence could only have come straight from the top.
ANGELICA HUTCHERSON, reporter-at-large: I talked to everyone and my article is going to crack this story wide open...
This is what happens on the wildest day in the history of high school!
About Gloria Chao:
Gloria Chao is a Chicago-based MIT grad turned dentist turned writer. Her forthcoming debut novel, AMERICAN PANDA, is inspired by her experiences as a second-generation Taiwanese-American. It follows a 17-year- old college student whose parents, of course, want her to become a doctor and marry a Taiwanese Ivy Leaguer. Visit her tea-and- book-filled world at gloriachao.wordpress.com and find her on twitter @gloriacchao.