Sean KenneyMake LEGO Robots!
Certified Lego Professional
Comes Back To Sandwich

cool robotsMeet Sean Kenney!
Saturday February 12th

Forestdale School
(151 Route 130, Forestdale)
10am, 11:30am, 1:30pm
Co-sponsored with the Sandwich Public Library

On Saturday February 12th, Sean Kenney, one of only 11 Certified LEGO Professionals in the world (in the WORLD!), will come to Sandwich to talk about his book, Cool Robots and make LEGO robots with children. Sean will bring some of his LEGO creations and about 12,000 LEGO bricks for robot building.

Tickets are required and must be purchased in advance.   The cost is $5 per child (adults accompanying children are free) and are on sale at Titcomb's Bookshop.  All children must be accompanied by an adult throughout the event.  The $5 ticket is also a $5 coupon toward the purchase of one copy of Cool Robots.

Cool Robots ($12.99) shows kids how to make new things out of the LEGO bricks that they already have. Turn cars into hovercrafts and trucks into robots. Make your own robot family - and pets! - and build a home for them. And when you're ready for an adventure, take your LEGO spaceship for a flight. Learn how to do it all in Sean Kenny's wonderful, hands-on book. Children of all ages will let their imaginations run wild as they learn that there are no limits to what can be created with LEGO.

Sean has created a great website for LEGO fans too: (MOC stands for My Own Creations.) On the website, fans can share pictures and descriptions of their own creations!  Try it!
Advance Tickets Are Required. Tickets are limited; be sure to purchase early.

Ticket Info:
$5 Per Child

Adults accompanying children are free.

Each ticket is also a $5 coupon toward the purchase of one copy of Cool Robots.

Tickets available at 

Titcomb's Bookshop
432 Route 6A
East Sandwich, MA

(508) 888-2331 

Want to learn more about Sean Kenney?
Check out his website

Want to get really psyched to come? Click on the picture to watch a video about Sean and the book

Upcoming February Events


An Evening of Memoirs

Wednesday, February 9th at 7pm

Two wonderful authors will discuss the process of memoir writing and talk about their recent books. 

Groping Toward Whatever coverFormer Boston Globe humor columnist Susan Trausch is the author of Groping Toward Whatever Or How I Learned To Retire, Sort Of  and wonderful story of the transition from work to .....  someplace else.  It's about confusion, aging, joy and love. 

Keeping the Feast coverPaula Butturini, author of Keeping The Feast: One Couple's Story of Love, Food, and Healing in Italy, will join us by telephone. Keeping the Feast is the triumphant memoir of one couple's nourishment and restoration after a period of tragedy, and the extraordinary sustaining powers of food, family, and friendship. 

Book launch and signing for Frances McNamara, author of Death at Pullman 
Saturday, February 12th at 3pm

Death at Pullman coverWhen the famous factory town suffers a strike, Emily and her friend Dr. Stephen Chapman bring food and medical supplies for the starving people. But when a young worker is murdered and his body hung with a notice SPY, it is only the start of mounting violence in the town that spreads to the city and the whole country. Emily races to discover the truth behind a tangled web of family and company alliances

Talk with Lisa Genova, author of Left Neglected
Sunday, February 13th at 3pm
at Sandwich Public Library 
Left Neglected cover

Author of the bestselling novel, Still Alice, Lisa Genova delivers a poignant new novel about a busy, vibrant woman in her 30s who has a car accident. Suddenly, the left side of her world - and life as she knew it - no longer exist, and she must learn to cope with a new reality.