Big Baby’s book release
|11.13.10 at 1:58 pm ET|
Glen Davis will be signing copies of his new children’s book, Basketball with Big Baby, on Tuesday, Nov. 16, at the Lowell Beer Works. Here is the release detailing the event:
On Tuesday November 16th, come join Celtics star Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis at Lowell Beer Works as he introduces and signs his new children’s book, Basketball with Big Baby.
Proceeds from the event will go to benefit the C2 Mission, which is a charitable foundation to benefit children and families affected by Cerebral Palsy and Cystic Fibrosis. Written by Lowell Spinners Vice President Jon Goode, and illustrated by current Boston College student Rachel Gregorio, Basketball with Big Baby stars the power forward as himself as he spells out the word ‘BASKETBALL’ with different adjectives he believes in when playing the game he loves.
Beginning at 6 p.m., with a $25 Donation you will receive admission into this private event as well as a copy of Basketball with Big Baby book for him to personally autograph. Complementary appetizers will be served. Other entertainment includes a silent auction, raffle and a Boston Celtics Trivia Challenge.
‘I am honored to have had the opportunity to write a second children’s book with ‘Big Baby’ Davis of the Celtics,’ said Goode, who previously authored ‘Pitching with the Papelbons’ with Boston Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon. ‘Big Baby has been great to work with and we are both extremely excited to share this with parents and kids who are Celtics fans.’
Space is limited and to reserve a spot on the guest list and a copy of the book please RSVP Jon Goode at (978) 805-5106 or by emailing email@example.com.
Lowell Beer Works is located at 201 Cabot Street in Lowell, just steps from the Lowell Spinner’s LeLacheur Park.
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