Tickets still available for Rosalind Wiseman speaking engagement at Chatham this Friday, November 5
November 1, 2010
By: Amanda Kennedy, Senior Public Relations Specialist
November 1, 2010
PITTSBURGH (November 1, 2010) … The producers of Rosalind Wiseman’s Girl World Book Tour have announced that tickets are still available for this special Mother-Daughter event on Friday, November 5 from 7-9 p.m. at Chatham University’s Campbell Memorial Chapel. In partnership with Joseph-Beth Booksellers and Chatham University, the Girl World Book Tour is an interactive, 90-minute mother-daughter workshop that engages parents and girls in conversation and laughter about common triumphs and challenges during the tween and teen years.
The $40 per mother-daughter pair includes: admission to the event, one copy of each of Rosalind’s latest books, and a gift bag featuring free samples of Dove go fresh deodorant and information from local partners. Tickets are available at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in-store at 510 South 27th Street on Pittsburgh’s South Side, or over the phone at 412-381-3600. (Additional tickets may be purchased for $20 per person (also includes a book and gift bag.)
Moms & daughters (ages 8-14) are invited to join Rosalind Wiseman, an internationally-recognized author, mom and expert on teens & parenting for a fun-filled evening of mother-daughter bonding. Rosalind Wiseman is perhaps best known for her New York Times bestselling book “Queen Bees & Wannabes” which was the basis for the movie Mean Girls, and remains a leading resource for parents and educators on raising tween and teen girls. In addition to celebrating Rosalind’s latest books, the tour will feature an interactive discussion about confidence, friendships, common mother-daughter challenges, and concrete strategies for parents and girls to navigate conflicts with dignity. A Q&A session and book signing will follow. The two-hour event is sure to get mothers and daughters talking, laughing and connecting.
Moms will receive Queen Bees & Wannabes: Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfriends, and the New Realities of Girl World and daughters will receive Rosalind’s debut young adult novel Boys, Girls, and Other Hazardous Materials.