Bad Dad by Derek Munson

Award Winning Author, Derek Munson, Celebrates Bad Dad Release with a Book Signing at BookPeople of Moscow

Family Friendly Book Event June 7, 2014, at 10am

Moscow, Idaho—May 27, 2014—Award winning author Derek Munson is celebrating Father’s Day and the release of his new book, Bad Dad, with a book reading and signing at BookPeople in Moscow, Idaho, on June 7, 2014, at 10am.

“Bad Dad is a fun picture book about a good dad who loves to play with his kids,” said Munson. “And sometimes, Dad loses sight of his other responsibilities.” The book, released on February 28, is published by Cannonball Books, and is illustrator Melody Wang’s first book for children.

ABOUT – Derek Munson
Derek Munson works as a writer, speaker and all-around daydreamer.  Like the dad in his new book, Bad Dad, Munson’s current hobbies include playing with his kids, avoiding his household responsibilities and crashing on his mountain bike.  He lives in Bellingham, Washington, with his wife Suzanne, their daughter Abby, son Zack, and Roger the family dog. 
For the past 13 years, Derek has presented his writing workshops and school assemblies to more than 100,000 kids throughout the United States and abroad. His award-winning book, Enemy Pie, is a perennial favorite in libraries across the globe, and was recently selected by Reading Rainbow’s Levar Burton as his favorite picture book for boys.
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ABOUT – BookPeople
521 S. Main, Moscow, Idaho 83843  |  208.882.BOOX
BookPeople of Moscow was founded by Ivar Nelson in 1973, making it one of the longest-lived independent bookstores in the country. The Spurling and Werner families purchased the store in 2012, remodeling and restocking to focus on new books, especially literary fiction, non-fiction, and children's books. BookPeople's mission is to serve readers and writers of all ages with a handpicked selection of great books, a schedule of engaging events, a variety of community services, and an inspiring, comfortable place in which all are welcome.


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