The Blue Giraffe is excited to announce they will host a first-time appearance on 30A by author Grace Hammond Skertich and artist David D. Lynch, who together created the popular book Goodnight 30A. This special event will be held at the gallery on Wednesday, July 13th from 10:30 to 12:30 with Grace signing books and David signing art prints.create icloud account
This sweet little book about the South’s best beach community will be your little one’s new go to bedtime story. It features local favorites like Charlie’s Donut Truck and George’s in Alys Beach, The Red Bar, Bud and Alley’s in Seaside, dolphins, sea turtles, YOLO boards, beautiful dune lakes, blue lupine flowers, WaterColor Beach Club, outdoor movies in Rosemary Beach, and so much more! Written by Grace Skertich and illustrated by David Lynch, Goodnight 30Aperfectly captures the spirit of this special vacation spot.
Goodnight 30A is now available at The Blue Giraffe! Click here and order your book online by July 12th to get it autographed by Grace. We can ship your book or hold it for pickup at the gallery.
David’s original illustrations from the book, as well as his prints, are available on 30A exclusively at The Blue Giraffe. All twenty-five illustrations from Goodnight 30A can be purchased at the gallery or by clicking here.
Book Signing with Jim Harvey, Author of Grayton Beach Affair: February 16, 2015, 10:00am – Noon
Visit The Blue Giraffe to secure an autographed copy of Grayton Beach Affair, a novel of a covert mission set in Grayton Beach during WWII. Meet the author of this thrilling tale that paints a vivid picture of life in Walton County in the 1940’s. For more details, call 850-231-5112.
Jim Harvey spent his childhood in the Florida Panhandle and South Alabama. Today, he splits his time between Santa Rosa Beach and North Georgia. He became fascinated with stories of how German U-boats roamed the Gulf of Mexico during WWII. This interest motivated him to pen a novel based in Grayton Beach in WWII. A deadly covert mission unfolds as the German-born Christian Wolfe navigates dark war games while falling in love.
Heather St. Aubin-Stout’s award-winning memoir, “Not My Mother’s Journey”, is an honest, compelling story about her journey through two battles with breast cancer. Heather will be at our gallery to autograph her book on Saturday October 4th from 10am – Noon. You will be inspired by her honesty and bravery!