'Property Brothers' coming to Naperville

  • Drew and Jonathan Scott are bring their new book to Naperville in early October.

    Drew and Jonathan Scott are bring their new book to Naperville in early October. Courtesy of Anderson's Bookshop

By Candace Purdom
Anderson’s Bookshop
Posted9/20/2018 12:18 PM

They say two heads are better than one, and when it comes to design and building, few can match twins Drew and Jonathan Scott -- The Property Brothers -- for finding, envisioning, remodeling and creating dream homes for their clients.

Their celebrated twin talent is regularly on display on HGTV with several popular shows, including their original show, "Property Brothers," and now they turn their creativity, humor and charm to delighting little ones in their debut children's picture book, "Builder Brothers: Big Plans."


The brothers will be in Naperville at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 to sign books at Anderson's Bookshop at 123 W. Jefferson Ave. in downtown.

Tickets may be purchased through BigPlansAndersons.brownpapertickets.com.

This will be a signing and photo line only, although additional books will be sold at the event.

"Builder Brothers" begins when young Drew and Jonathan are doing what they do best -- thinking up big plans for even bigger projects. Will they build a treehouse? A castle? A catapult? They have a whole lot of big ideas, but no one thinks they can do any of them.

The twins brainstorm, scribble and tinker until they have the perfect big plan. They'll save every last penny, sketch out some designs, and make a whole lot of noise -- builders aren't known for being quiet -- because they know that little kids can do big things.

But what will Drew and Jonathan do when their big plans don't go the way they'd hoped?

The book also comes complete with an original do-it-yourself building project that parents and kids can tackle together at home.

The brothers also wrote The New York Times best-selling "It Takes Two: Our Story and Dream Home: The Property Brothers' Ultimate Guide to Finding & Fixing Your Perfect House."

For details on their visit, call (630) 355-2665 or visit www.andersonsbookshop.com.

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