Log College Author Hits the Road for Summer Book Signings
Victoria Johnson will be in Wyncote in Saturday and Neshaminy in August to promote "The Lemonade Standoff."
After a few weeks of summer vacation, its back to the bookstores for 12-year-old Victoria Johnson as she continues to promote the amazing success of her self-penned children's book, The Lemonade Standoff.
The Log College student will appear at CLC Bookcenter in the Cedarbrook Plaza, 1000 S. Easton Road, Wyncote, this Saturday, 1-3 p.m. to sign copies, then travels to Barnes & Noble at the Neshaminy Mall in Bensalem August 18, 1-3 p.m.
The story of Keenah and Shay's attempt to open a summertime lemonade stand and compete against their sworn enemy, Brianna, teaches young readers the importance of honesty and respect.
Victoria's book inspired first-grader Shalynn Prosser, a student at Copper Beech Elementary School in Glenside, to create a poster illustrating the book as part of a class project.
Even as she continues spreading the word about her book, Victoria has not stopped writing. One of her short stories has been picked up by Focus on the Family's Clubhouse Magazine, a publication aimed at young readers. The story, set to publish in August, is about a soldier who is also the mother of two girls. When she comes home from war as an amputee, her oldest daughter is inspired by her courage to join the military.