BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Author and illustrator Nick Bruel of the Bad Kitty series spent the day at Mountain Park Elementary School on Friday, March 28. He met with students from second grade through fifth grade throughout the day and discussed the creative process of writing and illustrating. He had lunch with the students, autographed books for them and answered the many questions they had for him. His interactive discussions with the students were fun and inspiring. It was a very special day at Mountain Park thanks to this visit from a favorite author!
Nick Bruel Spends The Day At Mountain Park Elementary School
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