KINGSTON —Children 9 and up (and a grown-up) are welcome to Kingston Community Library for a craft and discussion of “The Clockwork Three” by Matthew J. Kirby on Tues., September 9 at 6:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
Three ordinary children are brought together by extraordinary events.
Giuseppe is an orphaned street musician who sees no way to escape from his ruthless master, until the day he finds an enchanted violin.
Frederick is an apprentice clockmaker with a past he cannot remember; who secretly works to build the most magnificent clockwork the world has ever seen.
Hannah is a maid in a grand hotel, whose life is one of endless drudgery, until she encounters a mystifying new guest and learns of a hidden treasure.
As mysterious circumstances bring them together, the lives of these three children soon interlock, and they realize that each one holds the key to the others’ puzzles. Together, the three discover they have phenomenal power when they team up as friends, and that they can overcome even the darkest of fears.
Books can be picked up at the front desk. Please sign up with Miss Sue.
For more information, visit www.kingston-library.org, or call 642-3521.