This page lists author book signings and events for Denise Ditto, author of “Batina’s Best First Day,” a children’s book about tooth fairies.
Sat28Jul201810:00 am - 5:00 pmStafford CentreBig Top Vintage Market is heading Stafford Texas to bring the best in vintage, unique, one of a kind and shabby chic gifts, home decor, clothing and more to Stafford Centre.100 unique Texas vendors will come together to bring an amazing assortment of shopping, family fun and food to Houston. Shop Saturday, July 28. 2018 from 10a - 5p.
Thu06Sep2018Sat08Sep20189:00 am - 6:00 pmKay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas, TX
Denise Ditto, author of the "Tooth Collector Fairies" series will be selling and signing her books "Batina's Best First Day" and "Home from Decay Valley" at the Southwest Dental Conference Sept 6-8, 2018 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. Be on the look out for Crown Mistress Molar, the oldest and wisest fairy in the land of Brushelot, who has promised to make a special appearance.
Sun09Sep2018Closed to PublicRonald McDonald House Houston
In support of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month, Crown Mistress Molar, the oldest and wisest tooth fairy in the land of Brushelot, will visit Ronald McDonald House and read "Batina's Best First Day" to the children. In addition, Houston Writers House Directors, Denise Ditto Satterfield and Rebecca Nolen, will be there to present the residential families with books donated by the author members of the Houston Writers House.
Wed24Oct20189 am to 3 pmLakeside Room at April Sound Country Club, Montgomery, TX
Join me at the April Sound Ladies Annual Holiday Market where you'll find unique gifts for the whole family.
Sat27Oct2018Sun28Oct2018times varyAround the Texas State Capitol
The two-day Texas Book Festival is a gift to the state Texas, free and open to the public, bringing books to life through author readings, innovative panel discussions, demonstrations, and book signings.
Denise Ditto will be speaking at the the Ladies' Reading Club Nov 1, 2018. The Ladies' Reading Club is an organization in Houston that was established in 1885. They are in their 133rd year. The purpose of the organization is to support the Houston library system and intellectual and social culture.