The Book Cellar
Join us at Everybody's Coffee to hear Jomny Sun talk about his amazing book "Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too." He will be in-conversation with Dan Sinker.
About Jonathan Sun:
Jonathan Sun is the author behind @jonnysun. When he isn't tweeting, he is an architect, designer, engineer, artist, playwright and comedy writer. His work across multiple disciplines broadly addresses narratives of human experience. As a playwright, Jonathan's works have been performed at the Yale School of Drama, the Hart House Theater in Toronto, the Toronto Theater Lab's First Sight festival, and the University of Toronto Drama Festival (where he received the President's Awards for Best Production and Outstanding Playwriting). As an artist and illustrator, his work has been commissioned by the New Haven ArtSpace, and exhibited at Yale University and the University of Toronto.
About everyone's a aliebn when ur a aliebn too :
everyone's a aliebn when ur a aliebn too is the illustrated story of a lonely alien sent to observe Earth, only to meet all sorts of creatures with all sorts of perspectives on life, love, and happiness, all while learning to feel a little better about being an alien--based on the enormously popular Twitter account, @jonnysun.
Here is the unforgettable story of Jomny, a lonely alien who, for the first time ever, finds a home on our planet after learning that earthlings can feel lonely too. Jomny finds friendship in a bear tired of other creatures running away in fear, an egg struggling to decide what to hatch into, an owl working its way to being wise, a tree feeling stuck in one place, a tadpole coming to terms with turning into a frog, a dying ghost, a puppy unable to express itself, and many more.
Through this story of a lost, lonely and confused alien finding friendship, acceptance, and love among the creatures of Earth, we will all learn how to be a little more human. And for all of us earth-bound creatures here on this planet, we can all be reminded that sometimes, it takes an outsider to help us see ourselves for who we truly are.