Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Today's top stories from the Bucks/Montgomery County area.
Sexual Assault of Minor Reported at Langhorne Barnes & Noble Falls Township police are looking for a man suspected of touching a little girl. Find out more at Levittown Patch. Horsham Plans to Revitalize 611, Repair ParksIn its 2013 $14.1 million budget, Horsham is looking to spruce up an older section of Route 611. Read more about the plan at Hatboro-Horsham Patch. Services Set for Holly Berry Huynh Visitation and funeral services have been set for Wednesday and a memorial fund started in honor of the little girl killed in last week's deadly car crash. Find out more about the services at Doylestown Patch. Student Struck by School Bus Centennial School District is reporting that a student was hit by a school bus in Warminster this morning…
Friday, April 13, 2012
Victoria Johnson will be at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Willow Grove and Neshaminy on Saturday.
The word is out about The Lemonade Standoff. The children's book about a group of young girls and their attempt to open their own curbside refreshment stand has been such a hit that Barnes & Noble Bookseller has scheduled the author, Log College student Victoria Johnson, for two events on Saturday. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Victoria will return to the Willow Grove store for an Educator Appreciation Event. She will join fellow authors Carmela Curatola Knowles (Piano and Laylee Go Online) and Bryna Paston (How to Be the Perfect Grandma) to sign copies and meet her fans. The seventh grader will then have to race to the Barnes & Noble at the Neshaminy Mall, where she will sign some more copies and read from the book from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. …
Friday, March 16, 2012
Middle school student Victoria Johnson will sign copies of "The Lemonade Standoff" at Barnes & Noble in Willow Grove.
Log College student Victoria Johnson will host a book-signing event Saturday morning, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Willow Grove Barnes & Noble bookstore. The seventh grader from Warminster recently published her own children's book, The Lemonade Standoff, which will be available at the store for $10. The story follows two young girls, Keenah and Shay, who want to spend the summer selling lemonade. They think it will be relaxing, enjoyable endeavor until one of their rivals sets up her own stand. "I've been writing short stories ever since I learned how to write," Victoria told Warminster Patch in January. "I just love exploring my imagination and creativity."