Reader Suggestion: Local Illustrator Erin Boe Debuts The Tryceratops at Kiddywampus


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We received this fun suggestion from local illustrator, Erin Boe:

I am a children’s book illustrator located in Hopkins, MN, and Red Heart Books has just published my children’s book, The Tryceratops, a book about trying new things. I’m doing a book reading and a dinosaur art project (free) at Kiddywampus in Hopkins on Tuesday, May 19 from 10:0010:45. You can see my book at www.ErinBoe.com.

“This book gives kids the permission they often seek from peers and adults to try new things,” said Boe. “The Tryceratops shows children that good or bad, new experiences provide the adventure we all seek in life.”

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The book, written by John Edwards, is published by Red Heart Books and follows a group of young, intrepid triceratops friends as they encounter new foods, activities, and experiences.

At this free neighborhood event, local illustrator Erin Boe debuts The Tryceratops before leading a creative dinosaur-themed art project for children of all ages. She will also sign books for readers.

WHAT: Book reading/signing and dinosaur art project for children

WHERE: Kiddywampus, 1023 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN 55343

WHEN: Tuesday, May 19, 2015 from 10:00-10:45 a.m.

COST: Free; must RSVP to 952-926-7871 by May 17


Artist Erin Boe is a freelance illustrator and art instructor residing in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She holds a degree in Studio Art from the University of Minnesota and spends all of her free time illustrating, writing, and imagining for children. Follow her work at www.ErinBoe.com.

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