VCLR – Serendipity 2017: From Beginning to End

Serendipity 2017, which took place on March 4th at UBC’s Irving K Barber Library, looked to the stages of development between childhood and teenage years, from the humorous antics of Jeremy Tankard’s Grumpy Bird to Jennifer A. Nielsen’s exploration of a young girl finding her family divided overnight by the sudden rise of the Berlin Wall in A Night Divided, and Martha Brockenbrough’s Game of Love and Death, a tale of destiny and personal choice throughout various times and places. The work of these three phenomenal artists, from picture books to nonfiction to historical novels, will make you laugh, cry, and think about humanity in surprising ways.

 

For more information, please visit the event’s webpage at http://vclr.ca/serendipity-2017-from-beginning-to-end-life-death-and-everything-in-between/.

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