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Tuesday, August 21st, 7 p.m.: Eric Rickstad, Meg Little Reilly, and Bernie Lambek
This trio of authors will discuss their books and writing. Each author has recently published a book with a sense of intrigue and suspense. Eric Rickstad is a bestselling author of literary thrillers – his latest entitled What Remains of Her. Meg Little Reilly’s third novel, Everything That Follows, is a murder mystery that delves into the murky loyalties and moral dilemmas faced by a group of friends. Montpelier lawyer Bernie Lambek’s debut novel is a courtroom drama set in Vermont, called Uncivil Liberties.
Thursday, August 23rd, 3:30 p.m. – Teacher Appreciation
We invite area educators to join us for refreshments, book talks, and a discussion with middle-grade author Daphne Kalmar at our Fourth Annual Teacher Appreciation event. Everyone who comes receives a gift bag, packed with books and other surprises to take back to your classroom!
Please RSVP to email@example.com or call 802-472-5533. Let us know what grade levels you work with so that we can put together a personalized gift bag!
Friday, August 24th, 4 p.m. – at the Hardwick Farmers’ Market – John Churchman and Laddie the Sheepdog
Join The Galaxy Bookshop and Jeudevine Library at the Hardwick Farmers’ Market to meet author-photographer John Churchman and his sheepdog laddie! The two are celebrating the publication of Alpaca Lunch, the fourth title in the betselling “Sweet Pea & Friends” picture book series.
You’ll find us all under the Jeudevine Library’s market tent, beginning at 4:00!
Tuesday, September 11th, 7 p.m. – Elizabeth “Wiz” Dow and Lucinda Cockrell
Learn from a pair of pros about How to Weed Your Attic. What should you keep? What should be thrown away? What might be valuable, from a historical perspective? Wiz Dow and Lucinda Cockerell will be discussing their new book, How to Weed Your Attic: Getting Rid of Junk Without Destroying History.
Mark your Calendar for these Upcoming Events:
More information to come
- Tuesday, October 9th, 7 p.m. – Madeleine Kunin at Highland Center for the Arts