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Meet Children's Author Robin Barone!

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Submitted by kmorrison37 on Tue, 10/09/2018 - 7:14pm

Please join the Newtown Bookshop as we welcome Robin Barone with her newest children's book "Where is Robin?  Philadelphia" on November 23rd at 1:00pm!  Robin will be available to meet our customers and talk with them about her book featuring Philadelphia!  And she will be happy to sign books, making this a great gift for the holidays!  Come and join the fun!!


Welcome to Philadelphia,

Join Robin on her adventure around Philadelphia as she explores the birthplace of the United States and learns why it is the “City of Brotherly Love”. On her tour of the City, Robin visits the University of Pennsylvania, the zoo, Boathouse Row, the Art Museum, Rodin Museum, the Parkway, the Library, the Franklin Institute, City Hall, Rittenhouse Square, the Kimmel Center, Washington Square, the Constitution Center and Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross’ house, Old City, the Mummer’s Museum, and a sports game. Come along and explore Philadelphia with Robin and see why it is America’s favorite hometown!


Robin Barone is an educator, writer, and traveler who has visited over 60 countries and lived abroad. Robin serves as an adjunct instructor at NYU and has authored successful white papers. Prior to founding Diplomat Books, Ms. Barone worked in finance where she was known for her ability to formulate win-win solutions. Ms. Barone earned a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, a M.S. from NYU, and M.B.A. from INSEAD. Her leadership style is described as curious, collaborative, and considerate.  When she is not writing or traveling, she can be found skiing, rowing, or playing tennis

Event date: 
Friday, November 23, 2018 - 1:00pm
Event address: 
2835 South Eagle Road
Newtown, PA 18940
Where Is Robin? Philadelphia Cover Image
By Robin Barone, Daniel Lee (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780990631057
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Diplomat Books - October 2018

Join Robin on her adventure around Philadelphia, as she explores the birthplace of the United States and learns why it is the “City of Brotherly Love”.