A new book fair is set to take place in Brooklyn this year, and the New York City Book Fair’s new slogan is “Beauty Is in the Skin.”
According to the Associated Press, the event is a way for people to “take ownership of the skin tone they are most proud of and share in the beauty of New York’s rich culture.”
The Times Book Festival will be held this October at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, where the city’s largest book fair will take place.
“Beautiful skin tones are our calling card, and this event celebrates the beauty in the skin,” said Jessica Douris, vice president for public relations at the New Republic.
“The idea is that you are not just a person with a big nose, you are a person who is passionate about your skin tone and who has the confidence to embrace it.
You can go for a little makeup, but you don’t have to.
You are a little more daring.”
The festival’s main event will be a children’s book fair with activities for young children.
The New Republic, which has covered the book fair for years, describes the children’s books as “fun, friendly, and inclusive.”
“The book fairs at the fairs of the New England region are a fantastic way for children to learn about and embrace the beauty that makes New England so special,” said Jennifer Darrick, senior vice president of the Times Book Group, in a statement.
The Times Books Group, the largest publisher of children’s literature in the U.S., will host the childrens book fair at the Navy Yard.
The event, which is also known as “New York Book Fair,” was originally held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and was held every year from 1993 to 2002.
Previous book fair events have included the Children’s Book Fair in 2013, the New Orleans Book Fair from 2014 to 2015, and Book Fair New York in 2015.
The new fair will also include an art exhibit, and will be led by a member of the Museum’s Board of Directors, which will include New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.
“We’re delighted to partner with the Museum to host the 2018 book fair and will continue to support the City’s book diversity efforts to help promote and showcase New York books and authors and to promote the cultural and artistic diversity of New Yorkers,” Douristis said.
The book fair has become one of the major events in New England and is known for hosting book festivals, reading competitions, book clubs, and literary gatherings.
“Our mission at the Book Fair of New England is to be a hub for New York and the region’s diverse literary and creative communities,” Darrack said.