Virtual Meet & Greet with Eva Chen

Start: 
Saturday, October 10, 2020 - 6:00pm
location: 
United States

TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED.

We’re hosting a virtual meet and greet with New York Times bestselling author Eva Chen and illustrator Matthew Rivera for their new picture book Roxy the Last Unisaurus Rex! This ticketed event will take place on Zoom. Attendees will receive a signed bookplate, a copy of Roxy the Last Unisaurus Rex and a chance to meet Eva briefly in a virtual signing line.

This is a ticketed virtual event and seats are limited. In order to attend, please purchase your book/ticket bundle of Roxy the Last Unisaurus Rex below. We will send you an email the week of the event with details on how to log on to the event. Also, we’ll include a bookplate signed by the author for you to place in your book!

We expect all participants to maintain an atmosphere of respect and fairness. Anyone who violates this standard of behavior including engaging in any form of harassment, may, at the discretion of the organizers, be immediately removed. 


Eva Chen is a first-generation Chinese-American who grew up in New York City. She blames her deviation from pre-med at Johns Hopkins University on a love of fashion and beauty instilled in her by her mother, whose perfect bob and lipstick made a permanent imprint on her impressionable young mind. Previously the editor in chief of Lucky, Eva has also written for ELLEVogueTeen Vogue,Vogue China, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. She is currently the head of fashion partnerships at Instagram, where she is guilty of the occasional duck-face selfie. Eva lives in New York City with her husband and two children. She is the New York Times-bestselling author of Juno Valentine and the Magical Shoes; A Is for AwesomeJuno Valentine and the Fantastic Fashion Adventure; 3 2 1 Awesome!; and Roxy the Last Unisaurus Rex.

Matthew Rivera earned his bachelor degree in fine arts from the University of Arizona. After many years of being an art director for agencies, corporations, and toymakers, Matthew now writes and illustrates stories for children, such as Brains: Not Just a Zombie Snack and Roxy the Last Unisaurus Rex