New Canaan Public Library Hosts “101 Movies” Author Suzette Valle

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I recently had the honor of being hosted by the New Canaan Public Library for a presentation of “101 Movies To See Before You Grow Up.” Lauren Howard, Teen Services Librarian, together with Ellen Crovatto, Director of Development for the library, coordinated the book presentation. Over 50 members of the library attended the event on a chilly and […]

Meet ‘101 Movies’ Author Suzette Valle at the New Canaan Library May 1st

Invitation to Meet Author Suzette Valle at New Canaan Library

We’re on our way, East Coast! I’m very excited to be presenting “101 Movies To See Before You Grow Up” at the New Canaan Public Library in New Canaan, Connecticut. Please join me: Sunday, May 1, at 3PM Adrian Lamb Room 13 Oenoke Ridge New Canaan, CT 06840 (203)966-1776 This fun and dynamic book presentation is for […]

Suzette Valle presento su libro “101 Movies.” Entrevista en NuestraTele.com

Entrevista con Suzette Valle en NuestraTele.com

Este reportaje informativo, con el periodista Nestor Bentacor de NuestraTele.com en Los Angeles,  les ofrece un buen resumen de mi libro “101 Movies To See Before You Grow.” Tuve el placer de conocer a Nestor durante nuestra visita a DreamWorks Animation Studios donde estuvimos para una presentación sobre la pelicula “Kung Fun Panda 3.” El video no capturo el […]

Motovated Magazine Feature’s Local Author Suzette Valle: “Brave New Words”

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Suzette Valle was born in the Mexican border town of Baja California. Despite her upbringing, Suzette stuck with her aspirations and fled to England where she would attend Oxford University. With well respected opinions, Valle has appeared and been featured on Dr. Phil, FoxNews and several other sources. She lives by: “Do 1 thing that […]

Chicago Tribune Interview With Suzette Valle

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To read the full article click here As parents, we are eager to establish traditions with our young families. But we need to keep in mind that there are appropriate ages for certain activities, books, and films. Read my interview with the Chicago Tribune about my (horrific!) age-inappropriate experience when my parents took me to […]