I want to eat this book like Eleanor wants to eat Park's face!That sounds crazy, I know. Don't get worried. No cannibalism takes place in this book. But, I devoured it. Read it in a few days. Laughed aloud and cried.
Do you have a need to read? Do you suffer excitement at the thought of starting a new book? Do you experience contentment when you've read the last page of a really good one? If you're looking for a summer escape or a pageturner for the beach, then this may be the prize drawing you've been waiting for.
The DC Public Library is hosting two discussions on the American Civil War this June as we approach the 150th anniversaries of the battle of Gettysburg and the surrender of Vicksburg. We hope you will join us as we remember and discuss the nation's great trial by fire.
One of my favorite daily shows on NPR is Garrison Keillor’s The Writer’s Almanac. This five-minute radio program spotlights poetry and historical tidbits, usually of literary figures and historical events. Recently, he profiled Julian of Norwich (1342-1416?) and how, on that particular day in history, she had received the last of her revelations.