NEWS ON THE ROAD ~ 2015

COMPLETION OF ELIJAH OF BUXTON TRILOGY MOVING AHEAD

Having just released the second novel of the award winning trilogy, Elijah of Buxton, Christopher is now pressing ahead to complete the series with it's third and final installment soon. As more details are available, find the updates exclusively on this website.

EXPRESSION OF THANKS

Christopher would like to send his sincere appreciation to all the organizations, institutions and individuals who made his speaking engagements this year memorable events. As an ardent advocate of literacy among youths, as well as adults, it is always an immense pleasure to be invited as an active participant in this extremely important endeavor.

 

And a special thanks to all his fans and readers whose love of his writing and expressions of warmth towards him and family are equally endearing. Without your support Christopher would surely have a Sisyphean task before him!

 

Happy Holidays to all and best wishes for a joyous New Year.

MICHIGAN READING ASSOCIATION

Guest of Honor

Grand Rapids, MI

 

Christopher returns to the birthplace of his parents as Guest of Honor sponsored by Michigan's leading literacy organization providing professionals, as well as laymen, comprehensive educational tools and information to increase reading efficiencies for all ages.

 

Scheduled to appear over three days, his speaking engagements are sure to be a major hit at the 2015 conference.

BOOK APPEARANCES

If you are interested in having Christopher visit your school, library, speaking engagement or other special event please write via the email address below to establish domestic or international scheduling.

 

The email address for Christopher Paul Curtis is:

CHILDREN OF BIRMINGHAM

For those who have read or currently reading The Watsons Go To Birmingham - 1963, this interesting and informative video on YouTube is just one exemplary piece of ancillary content which complements the novel very well. No More: The Children of Birmingham, 1963 and the Turning Point of the Civil Rights Movement is an insightful, 10-minute perspective into that turbulent period and can be viewed via the link below.

 

 

 

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