"Family Trees" Celebration of Children's Literature at Concord Museum
If your travels take you to Massachusetts now through the new year, be sure to add the Concord Museum to your itinerary and check out the 22nd annual Family Trees: A Celebration of Children's Literature. Thirty-seven decorated trees fill the museum, each inspired by classic and contemporary children's literature.
Moving Books Press founder and children's book author D. B. Johnson is serving as this year's honorary chairperson. Johnson's first book, Henry Hikes to Fitchburg, was inspired by fellow Concord resident Henry David Thoreau.
Family Trees is an all-volunteer effort and routinely attracts families from throughout the Boston area. Admission is $8 for children over five, $10 for adults. Additional programming includes crafts, photos with Santa, and readalouds with D. B. Johnson and Dragons Love Tacos author Adam Rubin. Full details may be found here.
Image courtesy of the Concord Museum