A Regal House Zoom platform featuring discussion panel events for Regal House authors, with special discounts on RHP titles for all our attendees!
June 17th, 12 – 1 p.m. EST – Register for this event now on Zoom.
After registering for this event, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on how to join on June 17.
Afternoon Fun with Fitzroy Authors: Join us for a delightful middle grade fiction Show and Tell event with Alice Kaltman, Roopa Raveendran-Menon, and Gabriel Arquilevich, (with special coupon discounts for attendees on Alice’s, Gabe’s, and Roopa’s books – see below! – and free personalized book swag with your purchase when bought from our Regal House storefront!)
The Tantalizing Tale of Grace Minnaugh by Alice Kaltman
“Family secrets, mysterious algae allergies, shipwrecks, and fishy transformations – put this magical middle grade in the fins of any child who’s ever dreamed of becoming a mermaid. Full of humor and heart, Grace Minnaugh is a pure delight!” – Tara Gilboy, author of Rewritten and Unwritten
Grape! by Gabriel Arquilevich
“Grape’s misadventures, born from the ‘spiders’ in his brain, are hilarious and heart-wrenching. Whether he’s stuck in a storm drain, singing songs to his crush, or (gulp) streaking, you will find yourself cheering and quite possibly shedding a tear for this dear boy. Grape! is a book of uncommon empathy, a perfect story for every child who wants to be heard and loved for who they are, and for every grown up who wants to understand them.” – J. Cynthia McDermott.EdD., Founder, Horace Mann Upstanders Children’s Book Award, Professor and Regional Director at Antioch University Los Angeles
Chandu and the Secret Set of Parents by Roopa Raveendran-Menon
“Tightly woven, with clear images, full of telling detail… readers should have no trouble seeing and feeling love and empathy for Chandu as he seeks and worries whether his parents are the best ones for him, as still within their love always, he lives into the answers. A true Memory Zapper. Thank you, lord Shiva, for everything, and especially Roopa…” -James Lawry, author of The Nudibranch Elegies and Anthropocene’s End