Join us on Sunday, February 11 for the Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday!

Admission is FREE all day at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force and visitors will have the opportunity to meet and purchase books from two distinguished authors. World War II author, Steve Snyder, will be available from Noon – 4 pm, signing copies of his award winning book “Shot Down.” The book follows the true story of Snyder’s father, Howard Snyder, a B-17 pilot in England during WWII and the day he was shot down over the French/Belgium border after a bombing mission on February 8, 1944. Snyder will be in the rotunda of the Museum. Annette LaingChildren will have the opportunity to meet and have a book signed by Atlanta-based British author and historian Annette Laing. Her series, The Snipesville Chronicles, turns history into an adventure for a group of young time-travelers from a small town in Georgia. Laing will also be available, along with her books on Super Museum Sunday from Noon – 4 pm in the Museum’s gift shop. Ben and Jerry’s will also be onsite with their ice cream truck selling ice cream. Super Museum Sunday is a tradition where museums all over the state of Georgia open their doors for free admission. The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force is offering free admission from 9 am – 5 pm. The annual event is sponsored by the Georgia Historical Society. For more information visit   About Steve Snyder       Steve Snyder is a UCLA graduate and retiree from the national sales and sales management fields. Mr. Snyder belongs to numerous WWII associations and serves as President of the 306th Bomb Group Historical Association. A California native, he has made it his mission to learn everything possible about the WWII experiences of his father, pilot Howard Snyder, and his crew of the B-17 Susan Ruth. For more information on Steve Snyder, visit   About Annette Laing      Annette Laing, PhD, the author of The Snipesville Chronicles, is also a noted published academic historian of early American and British history, who was formerly a tenured professor at Georgia Southern University before turning to fiction. She has worked directly with kids and teens since 2003, creating and presenting entertaining “non-boring history” programs for kids, teens, and adults, offered in partnership with the Georgia Humanities Council in schools, museums, and libraries. She is also a popular regional and national speaker at teachers’ meetings and community groups. For more information about Annette and her work, visit