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THERESA McCORMICK -- THURSDAY MARCH 12, 7 P.M.
Seattle author Theresa McCormick’s memoir, "A Far Cry From Here," takes readers to her girlhood in rural Texas, growing up in a fundamentalist Christian family with all its complex relationships, limitations and strengths. It’s a story of discovery of her own spiritual life and transformation into a feminist activist womanhood as a professor, writer and artist, and reconciliation with her family. Come meet the author, hear her story and have her sign copies of her book for you.
PATRICK JENNINGS -- SATURDAY MARCH 28, 1 P.M.
Port Townsend-based author Patrick Jennings writes books kids love to read. They’re funny, fast-paced, mysterious, have great titles (“My Homework Ate My Homework”) — and they’ve got animals, like guinea pigs that behave like dogs and an irascible cat trying to train its owners in proper pet-care techniques. Come meet Patrick, learn about his old favorites and new stories (perfect for kids moving into chapter books) and have him sign copies for you.
BLAINE HARDEN -- THURSDAY APRIL 9, 7 P.M.
Longtime Washington Post reporter and now Seattle resident Blaine Harden’s latest book tells the parallel tales of how a defector from North Korea who made his escape, bringing a MiG jet with him, and how Kim Il-Sung built his family’s iron grip on that country. It’s an important and fascinating bit of history, but it’s also as contemporary story as tomorrow’s headlines. Come meet Blaine and have him sign a copy for you.
A DAY OF MYSTERY AT PAGE 2, SATURDAY APRIL 11
It’s a day of mystery on Saturday April 11 at Page 2 Books. We’ll have as many as 10 local mystery writers in the store during the day to meet readers and introduce their latest books to you. Look for a complete list and schedule on our webpage, our Facebook page and in an upcoming edition of the newsletter.
ATHIMA CHANSANCHAI -- SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1:30 p.m.
How well do you know your own city? What's on your bucket list of sights, sounds, tastes and experiences? What should be? Seattle journalist and writer Athima Chansanchai is here to help you discover your own city with her new book "100 Things To Do In Seattle Before You Die." Come meet Athima and learn more about the well-known treasures and undiscovered gems of this city.
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WHERE WE'RE AT
We are Located at:
457 SW 152nd St.
Burien, Washington, 98166
At the corner of Sixth Avenue (across the street from the new condos, just west of the city hall/library building).
Open 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday
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