If I Didn't Have You book signing with Chris Robertson
Silly and sweet father-son story!
Join us for a special storytime an book signing with
Chris will read his newest book and then sign books.
If you are not able to make it to the event but would like a book signed please, order below at least 24 hours before the event and put in the order comments if you would like Chris to personalize with a name. You can also call us at (818) 248-9668.
About the Book: A father and son spend the day together detailing all of the things they could have...if they didn't have each other. In the end, the both decided that candy for dinner ever night or a personal butler is no substitute for a father or a son.
About the Illustrator: Chris Robertson is just a big kid at heart who happens to write and draw children's picture books. Chris's whimsical cartoon style feels light-hearted and carefree which seems to perfectly match his humorous writing style. He lives in Pasadena with his wife and three boys.
If you are getting the book signed at Once Upon A Time, please purchase it from Once Upon A Time.
Our events are free, and we welcome anyone and everyone to enjoy our family friendly atmosphere. We are, however, a small independent bookstore, and we rely on event revenues to continue hosting them. So, if you're going to get a book signed, please purchase that book here. This way, we can keep the happy memories coming at America's Oldest Children's Bookstrore.
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The book is about an alley cat that is being hunted by a hunter. Later Aldwyn, (the alley cat), stumbles across a store, that looks like a normal pet shop. But is actually a store that stores familiars. The familiars are helpers, that help young kids master their magic. In my opinion this book is very interesting, and adventurouse [sic]. The beginning of the story hooks you into the book, and doesn't let go until the end. This book takes you througha world of imagination. - Abraham, customer