Edward Hemingway, the youngest grandson of Ernest Hemingway, will be at the Country Bookshelf in Bozeman Montana on Saturday November 9th at 3 pm to read and sign his books, Tiny Pie and Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship.
Bad Apple, aimed at readers 3-5, was chosen for the CHILDREN'S CHOICES 2013 READING LIST, a list compiled by young readers.
Every year 12,500 school children from all over the United States read from a selection of 500 new children and young adult books then vote for those they like reading the most.
Bad Apple is a story about a friendship between a worm and an apple, and has been applauded for its message to stand up to bullying and celebrate being different.
It was the first book listed on Publisher Weekly's list of Bullying Resources: A Selected Listing.
Tiny Pie, for ages 3-6, is about a small elephant named Ellie who discovers a live cooking show run by mice, who make her a tiny pie.
It was Tiny Pie has been selected by the Children's-Book-of-the-Month Club in April.
In addition to illustrating Hemingway & Bailey’s Bartending Guide to Great American Writers, Edward Hemingway's writing has appeared in Nickelodeon Magazine, GQ, and The New York Times.