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November 29, 2010 (La Mesa)—During La Mesa’s Christmas in the Village holiday celebration on December 10 and 11, the Readers, Inc. bookstore will have numerous authors speaking. Below is a schedule of events.

Friday, Dec. 10 5-9pm
Tom Kirkbride, author of Gamadin series will appear, along with Doug Richards, author of The Prometheus Project trilogy, Jordan Reimer, author of Love On Lemon Lane, Maggie Espinoza, author of The Priviledged Pooch, Luxury Travel With Your Pet, Anne Bromley, author of The Lunch Thief, Jeffrey Garcia, author of Santa Claus and the Molokai Mules: A Hawaiian Island Surfing Adventure, Larry Keough, author of Fragilly and Dirty Dan.

Saturday, Dec. 11 5-9pm
Kevin Gerard, author of Conor and the Crossworlds series, James Newland, author of La Mesa, Mara Price, author of Grandma's Chocolate, a bilingual picture book,  Rene Lainez Colato, author of From North to South and several bilingual picture books, Laura Locomara, author of Floating On Mama's Song, a bilingual picture book, Suzanne Santillian, author of Grandma's Pear Tree, a bilingual picture book, Irene Hunt, author of To Be A Honey Bee Like Me, and several bug picture books, Larry Keough, author of Fragilly and Dirty Dan, Eleanor Ramrath Garner, author of Eleanor's Story: Living In Hitler's Germany, Udo Wahn, author of Cabo and Coral Go Surfing, a picture book series, Toni Hood and Marjorie Krausz, authors of A Flight of Greed and Glory, Kristen Johnson, author of The Eleventh Sense, Tom Kirkbride, author of the Gamadin series, and Doug Richards, author of The Prometheus Project trilogy.


Christmas in the Village has become a family tradition for the last 20 years in downtown La Mesa. Streets closed to traffic and open to strolling minstrels, carolers, sitting on Santa's lap, puppet shows, a horse drawn carriage ride, carnival rides, crafts, vendors, and cute La Mesa Village shops, and restaurants.


For more information on Readers, Inc., which is located at 8219 La Mesa Blvd., see

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