Words & Pictures with Jon Klassen, Presented by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures
Jon Klassen, author of The Skull, on left. Cover of The Skull on right.
Words & Pictures event with Jon Klassen, author of The Skull
Jon Klassen’s signature wry humor takes a turn for the ghostly in this thrilling retelling of a traditional Tyrolean folktale.
In a big abandoned house, on a barren hill, lives a skull. A brave girl named Otilla has escaped from terrible danger and run away, and when she finds herself lost in the dark forest, the lonely house beckons. Her host, the skull, is afraid of something too, something that comes every night. Can brave Otilla save them both? Steeped in shadows and threaded with subtle ... view more »
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
- Oct 5, 2023 at 06:00 pm - 07:00 pm (Thu)
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