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'Jack & Bobby' creator and writer Brad Meltzer signing books in NoVa

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I am Abraham Lincoln and I am Amelia Earhart are titles bringing the author of both children's books to Virginia.

Most recently known as the executive producer and host featured upon History Channel's "Decoded", Brad Meltzer will appear at the Barnes & Noble inside Tysons Corner Mall on Jan. 15. The signing begins at 6:30 p.m. in the McLean-localed bookstore.

Both of the new children's books are illustrated by cartoonist and Harvey Awards winning letterer Christopher Eliopoulos (Ultimate Spider-Man). The teaming enacts a collaborative first in children's reading for the two talents known in the comics industry . Meltzer scribed the benchmark crime-mystery that features members of the Justice League titled Identity Crisis. He was a writer on well-known story arcs for Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight, Green Arrow and Justice League of America.

Alongside starring on "Decoded", Meltzer guest hosted on the comic books-oriented short documentaries "Green Arrow: Legend of the Emerald Archer" and "DCU: The New World".

Ordinary People Change World publishes I am Amelia Earhart and I am Abraham Lincoln.

McLean, Virginia, is approximately just over ten miles outside of the District of Columbia.

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