Tea with Henry Whiskers on Saturday February 25th at 3:00pm

the-adventures-of-henry-whiskers-9781481465748_hrTHIS EVENT IS COMPLETELY FULL. If  you signed up, you should have received a confirmation of your registration. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the store. (203) 730-2973.


“Tea with Henry Whiskers” is on Saturday February 25th at 3:00pm. Author Gigi Priebe will join us to celebrate the first book in her new series, “The Adventures of Henry Whiskers”. This event is free, but registration is suggested due to space. Click HERE to register.

Lisa, from UK Gourmet, will be here to share “Fun Tea Tips” and help us learn how to make a proper cup of tea! The “Will & Kate” scones will be supplied by Robin of Daily Fare.


About the book:

Henry Whiskers must face his fears and rescue his little sister from the scary Rat Alley in this fun, fast-paced debut chapter book set in Queen Mary’s historical dollhouse at Windsor Castle.

Twenty-five generations of Whiskers have lived in Windsor Castle’s most famous exhibit: Queen Mary’s Dollhouse. For young, book-loving Henry Whiskers and his family, this is the perfect place to call home.

But when the dollhouse undergoes unexpected repairs and Henry’s youngest sister, Isabel, goes missing, he risks everything in a whisker-whipping race against time to save her. His rescue mission will take him to the murky and scary world of Rat Alley, and Henry will have to dig deep and find the courage he never knew he had in order to bring his sister back home.

To read the Publisher’s Weekly review, click here.

About the author:

Gigi Priebe is the mother of three, the founder of Stepping Stones, an award-winning children’s museum in Norwalk, CT and the author of The Adventures of Henry Whiskers, the first in her middle grade series. When she is not writing – or rewriting – she is a philanthropic advisor and community volunteer in Fairfield County, Connecticut where she lives with her husband, a cat named Tigger, a dog named Clover, and probably some mice.

To learn more about Queen Mary’s Doll House, click HERE.

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