A love for literature
With a curriculum that promotes the joy of reading, our community is hungry for literary knowledge. Every year, we invite students and their parents to Books for Lunch—an event that brings nationally recognized, award-winning authors to Seven Hills to discuss their work and inspire our community.
New York Times Bestseller, National Geographic scriptwriter, and adventurer, Sy Montgomery, is Seven Hills’ Books for Lunch author for the 2018-19 school year. Mark your calendars for the 33rd annual event luncheon on Feb. 8, 2019, at Xavier University’s Cintas Center. Invitations will follow in early January. Montgomery, a naturalist billed as “Part Indiana Jones and part Emily Dickinson” by The Boston Globe, is the author of 20 books for the young and old, including, “Soul of an Octopus,” “Birdology,” and “The Good Pig,” to name a few.
To research books, films and articles, Sy Montgomery has been chased by an angry silverback gorilla in Zaire and bitten by a vampire bat in Costa Rica, worked in a pit crawling with 18,000 snakes in Manitoba and handled a wild tarantula in French Guiana. “Sy Montgomery’s work is so informative and appeals to such a broad audience,” said Seven Hills Upper School parents and Books for Lunch co-chairs Shelly Smith and Teresa Weirich. “For example, “Birdology” is perfect! Its short-story format fits in the precious few moments free for reading. And after you finish the book, you will be laughing and way smarter than before.”
More Information about Books For Lunch
Sy Montgomery will be at Seven Hills on Feb. 8. To order books, reserve tickets, and for more information on being a sponsor, contact Shelly Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visitors to the website can purchase individual tickets, an entire table, or sponsor a teacher/student using a credit card.