Photos: Thalia promoting Chupie: The Binky That Returned Home

It’s been a crazy week as Thalia spent everyday going from studio to studio, promoting her children’s book, Chupie: The Binky That Returned Home / Chupi: El Binky Que Regreso A Su Hogar. This culminated with the book release party at the New York Public Library, where Thalia had a meeting with kids and did a reading of the book in both languages for them.

Here are a few photos of all this, courtesy of Mariel at NuestraThalia.com, who always does such an amazing job gathering them all and sharing them with us. Make sure you check out her site for more and more photos!

  • November 2: Thalia promotes the book in NY Times Square with Lili Estefan, click here for more
  • November 4, Thalia on the Today Show, click here for more
  • November 4, Thalia leaves Access Hollywood, click here for more
  • November 4, Thalia visits Extra, click here for more
  • November 4, Thalia at CNN, click here for more
  • November 5, Thalia visits SiriusXM, click here for more
  • November 5, Thalia leaving Good Day New York, click here for more
  • November 6, Thalia at the book release party, click here for more

Phew, that’s it! Hope you’ve enjoyed this post, once again, thanks Mariel for making it possible😀

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Mariel
    Nov 07, 2013 @ 18:07:26

    you’re welcome!

    it’s true it’s been crazy for us fans keeping up with thalia when she do this promotion! exactly a year ago she did the same😄 wonder if you do the same post but for her interviews (video or radio)? that one is much more crazier haha

    Reply

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