Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I have to register to attend each session?
A: Yes. You must register to attend each event separately. Registration opens on March 19.
Q: Are the programs free or is there a cost?
A: All programs, except for the closing event with CBS Sunday Coorispondant David Pogue are free to attend. Purchase of the book is the ticket to the closing session.
Q: I don't have a Zoom account, may I participate?
A: To attend the live session, you must register via Zoom and therefore you do need to have an account with Zoom (it is free).
Q: I’m an author. How can I participate in the festival?
A: The schedule of events was coordinated through publishers, as the majority of speakers are on tour for their new book. The schedule is completed the previous year. If you have a new book published in Winter 2021 or Spring 2022 and are interested in presenting, please have your publisher contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*We highly recommend attending Moravian’s Writers’ Conference, March 26 to 27. Click here for more information.
Q: Do I have to buy books to attend?
A: No. However, book sales are the only way to support the festival. Please help support the festival and the authors buy purchasing books directly from Let's Play Books Bookstore. All but one of the sessions are free.
Q: Do I need to register to attend the festival?
A: Yes. Each day/session has its own registration.
Q: Will there be books for sale by all the authors and illustrators? Will all their books be available?
A: All presenting authors will have books available for purchase in two locations:
www.letsplaybooks.com - purchase here for any books to be picked up at Let's Play Books Bookstore
www.bookshop.org/shop/letsplaybooks - purchase here for any books that you would like SHIPPED to you.
Q: May I preorder books from the bookstore to be sure a copy is available for me?
A: Of course! There are three ways to obtain a book. The information will be posted within each event, connected to the specific books.
Q: Where is the Opening Reception?
A: None in 2021, the entire event except for two sessions will be virtual.