Chris Colfer visits DC library to discuss new book

 

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"Glee" star Chris Colfer is visiting Washington this week to promote his latest book in his fairy tale series "Land of Stories."

The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library will host Colfer for a discussion and book signing on Monday evening. "The Land of Stories: A Grimm Warning" is the third book in Colfer's best-selling series.

In the series, a twin brother and sister are transported to a magical world. In the newest book, they must unravel a 200-year-old clue and join forces with friend and enemies to save the day.

Colfer's book is on sale in advance from Politics and Prose bookstore and will be sold at the library event.

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