Book Birthday for Now I'm A Bird by Sue Ganz-Schmitt with the Vermont College of Fine Arts

Event date: 
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - 5:00pm
Event address: 

Be Proud, Be Unique!

Now I'm a Bird book cover

The Vermont College of Fine Arts is hosting virtual Book Birthday Parties for alumni of their MFA program and local author Sue Ganz-Schmitt is excited to participate. The Zoom celebrations start at 5 pm Pacific/ 8 pm Eastern and you can register here. If you would like a signed book, please order below. 

Order Now I'm a Bird

Register for the Zoom event!

About Now I'm a Bird: Julianna didn't mean to be a bird. It just happened, feather by feather. "It's a rare and beautiful condition," explains the note her mom sends to school, though it doesn't help with the teasing. But Julianna's wings take her to places she hadn't imagined, with a birds-eye view that gives her a new perspective and the courage to find a flock of her own. Told with kid-friendly humor and heart, this is a unique story about embracing the wild and wonderful parts of ourselves and others..

Sue Ganz-Schmitt author photo provided by author

About Sue Ganz-Schmitt: Sue Ganz-Schmitt is a children's book author, mother, musical theater producer, and philanthropist. She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Sue has performed on Broadway, ran a marathon, and loves pursuing improbable challenges. Sue keeps her eyes to the skies from a mountaintop home in California.

Full information about the event can be found on the Vermont College of Fine Arts website here:

SKU: 9780807523292a
Add name. Ex: Jane or Humphrey Family

SKU: 9781542005333a
Add name. Ex: Jane or Humphrey Family

Want to stay updated about our latest events?

Find all the exciting events at America's Oldest Children's Bookstore!

Email Newsletter Sign Up


Harry Potter Audiobooks through

Staff Picks

This book captures the cat look. I would know, I have lots of experience with so many people coming to look at me at the store. "The cat walked through with its whiskers, ears, and paws," all very important for cat life.  - Pippi, bookstore cat