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Students Celebrate at Apocalypse-Themed Chapbook Release Party

February 5, 2018

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“During the TV apocalypse, all the cartoon TV characters came out of the screens in Times Square in New York City.” So begins eleven-year-old Isaac’s tale of the end of the world: “TV Apockaleps: The Loud House Fan Fiction.”

On February 1, 826 Boston’s After-School Writing and Tutoring Program celebrated the release of its latest chapbook, The Watch Went Beep Beep: Stories of Apocalypse and Survival. The stories featured clever characters, complicated storylines, and crafty solutions—which almost always ended happily for the human race.

Thank you to the parents and guardians, tutors, volunteers, and friends who celebrated this accomplishment with the after-school students. Miss out on the fun? You can purchase your copy of The Watch Went Beep Beep here.

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