Lanie (American Girl Today) Author at Natick Collection

Jane Kurtz will be at the American Girl store at the Natick Collection on Sunday, January 17th.

The author of American Girl’s ‘ Girl of the Year 2010’  books will be signing books and meeting with fans as part of her book tour.

Meet Ms. Kurtz in person and have your favorite books signed. Free and open to the public. For girls ages 8 and up

Kurtz is bringing Lanie and her story to schools and community groups.  ‘Lanie’ is a Boston girl who likes the outdoors, science, and gardening.

Ten-year-old Lanie loves science and nature, but she has a problem: she’s an “outside” girl with an “inside” family. She longs to get out and go camping, but they all want to stay home.  It wouldn’t be so bad if her best friend was around, but she’s halfway around the world, living out their dream of studying wildlife. Lanie feels she never gets to have any adventures-anywhere. But when her favorite aunt comes to stay, Lanie discovers that the wonders of nature are everywhere-even in her own backyard.  – Amazon.com

You can keep up with author Jane Kurtz on her blog, “The Power of One Writer: of Organtuans, Butterflies, and an American Girl.”

LANIE’S SPECIAL AMERICAN GIRL SITE

*photo courtesy American Girl

Boston

Meet the Author: Jane Kurtz

  • January 17: 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Meet Jane Kurtz, the award-winning author of our Girl of the Year 2010 books! This informal session is your chance to meet Ms. Kurtz in person and have your favorite books signed.

General Information

  • Free and open to the public.
  • For girls ages 8 and up.
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One Response

  1. Lanie is my favorite! I have her right in my very own house! I always love to pay around with her…

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