Gisele Bundchen is coming to Brookline Booksmith

You can listen to "Lessons" read by the supermodel herself.

A photo of Gisele Bundchen from the cover of her book "Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life." –Penguin Random House

Gisele Bundchen has been all over the interview circuit in recent months on the heels of her memoir, “Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life.” Now, she’ll be doing a book event much closer to home.

The supermodel and Brookline resident will participate in a 30-minute reading and Q&A for “Lessons” at the Brookline Booksmith on Saturday, Dec. 15, beginning at 5 p.m. in the Booksmith’s used book cellar. The event will be split into a 15-minute reading and 15 minutes of Bundchen answering questions from audience members.

Brookline Booksmith events co-director Lydia McOscar said that only 120 tickets would be available for the event, and that she expected them to sell out quickly once Bundchen announces the reading and Q&A on social media later this week.


Tickets cost $28, and each one includes a pre-signed copy of “Lessons.” You can find out more information about Bundchen’s appearance by visiting the Brookline Booksmith’s website.

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