Join local author and Glendale
native Bill Parrish to learn how the village of Glendale became
a key location along the Underground Railroad and as a result, a community that
became a safe place for African-Americans to settle.
Can someone steal the majority of the House of Representatives with no one noticing? That’s the electoral coup that turns America upside down in The People’s House…
…Until one man notices.
Political reporter Jack Sharpe is logging time at the tail end of a disappointing career — jaded about politics and stung by personal hard knocks. But after an odd election result in the Ohio Congressional district he covers, Sharpe stumbles across irregularities that spur him to dig deeper.
Join David Pepper as he discusses his novel, The People's House.
Jessica Strawser, Editorial Director of Writer's Digest, will discuss her stunning debut novel, Almost Missed You. Violet and Finn Welsh are on vacation in Florida with their three-year-old son, Bear, when Finn suddenly disappears, taking Bear with him. Violet is suddenly in her own worst nightmare, and faced with the knowledge that the man she's shared her life with, she never really knew at all.
Jessica will be in conversation with Kurt Dinan and books will be available for sale, courtesy of Joseph-Beth Booksellers.
Join authors Mary Newman and Constance Kirker @ the Anderson library for a culinary adventure in the history of eating flowers all over the world. Authors will be available for a book signing and purchasing after event. Adults only. Registration is required.
Mt. Healthy native Tracy Lawson will visit the Mt. Healthy Branch
Library to discuss her new book, Pride of the Valley: Sifting through the
History of the Mount Healthy Mill.
of Jediah Hill, who built the mill in the 1820s, Tracy took her curiosity over
family history and turned up rich and surprising insights into the people and
businesses that built this local community.
Hillbilly Elegy is a passionate and personal analysis of a culture in crisis—that of white working-class Americans. The decline of this group, a demographic of our country that has been slowly disintegrating over forty years, has been reported on with growing frequency and alarm, but has never before been written about as searingly from the inside. J. D. Vance tells the true story of what a social, regional, and class decline feels like when you were born with it hung around your neck.
A deeply moving memoir with its share of humor and vividly colorful figures, Hillbilly Elegy is the story of how upward mobility really feels. And it is an urgent and troubling meditation on the loss of the American dream for a large segment of this country.
J.D. Vance will discuss the book and books will be available for sale and signing, courtesy of Joseph-Beth Booksellers.
Reading Historical Society Presents Maria Eckhoff the author of "I'm Doing Fine. Don't Forget to Write. Author Maria Eckhoff will discuss her book about World War II and how the war affected Americans on the home front. Free and Open to the Public. No Reservations Required.
Aaron Mahnke has always been fascinated by tales of the mysterious and supernatural, and as creator, writer, and producer of Lore, he has immersed himself in creepy folklore and legends from around the world. By delving into these stories, he often uncovers deep truths about how society views death, illness, spirituality, and more. In this lecture, Mahnke stresses the importance of story-telling as a reflection of our culture and ourselves.
Following the presentation, Mr. Mahnke will sign copies of his new book "The World of Lore: Monstrous Creatures". Books will be available for sale, courtesy of Joseph-Beth Booksellers
For more information on this speaker please visit www.prhspeakers.com.