Philadelphia Book Festival

The Free Library will be taking down its “Quiet Please” signs as the Philadelphia Book Festival rolls into town April 21st and 22nd. The two-day, free literary event, complete with seven stages, promises to offer over 60 well-known author appearances, including former ABC anchor Bob Woodruff, children’s programs, a street fair of any-and-all-things


The Free Library will be taking down its “Quiet Please” signs as the Philadelphia Book Festival rolls into town April 21st and 22nd. The two-day, free literary event, complete with seven stages, promises to offer over 60 well-known author appearances, including former ABC anchor Bob Woodruff, children’s programs, a street fair of any-and-all-things print, library tours, and live music featuring Patti Smith. Yes, the godmother of punk will be performing at a book festival. For the details on the cerebral extravaganza visit <a href="The Free Library will be taking down its “Quiet Please” signs as the Philadelphia Book Festival rolls into town April 21st and 22nd.. The two-day free literary event, complete with seven stages, promises to offer over 60 well-known author appearances, including former ABC anchor Bob Woodruff, children’s programs, a street fair of any-and-all-things-print, library tours, and live music featuring Patti Smith. Yes, the godmother of punk will be performing at a book festival. For the details on the cerebral extravaganza visit, www.philadelphiabookfestival.org.

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