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2018 VT READS author Katherine Paterson , May 31st

2018 VT READS author Katherine Paterson to speak on May 31st, at the Bradford Academy Building at 6:30 pm..  The talk is free and open to the public.
Paterson is the author of Bread and Roses, Too, the Vermont Humanities Council 2018 VT Reads selection.  
Katherine Paterson is the author of more than 30 books, including 16 novels for children and young people.  She has twice won the Newbery Medal for BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA in 1978 and JACOB HAVE I LOVED in 1981.  THE MASTER PUPPETEER won the National Book Award in 1977 and THE GREAT GILLY HOPKINS won the National Book Award in 1979 and was also a Newbery Honor Book.  For the body of her work she received the Hans Christian Anderson Award in 1998, the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2006 and in 2000 was named a Living Legend by the Library of Congress.

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Farm and Gardens Book Discussion Series, Bradford Public Library, 6:30 PM

Farm and Gardens Book Discussion Series
Vermonters know as well as anyone the rich metaphors inherent in farming and gardening. These authors dig deep to explore the philosophical roots, family dynamics, and personal enrichment associated with tending and growing.
March 28 – Here and Nowhere Else by Jane Brox
April 25 – A Country Year by Sue Hubbell
June 6 – My Garden by Jamaica Kincaid
Discussions led by Suzanne Brown
Co-sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council and the Bradford Public Library

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Dean Whitlock/Author Thurs. 3/1, 6 PM Bradford Public Library 

 

 

Dean Whitlock/Author

Thurs. 3/1, 6 PM

Bradford Public Library 

FINN’S CLOCK, A historical fantasy set in a time when steam is threatening sail, factories are displacing workers, and the immigrants are Irish – unwanted and under threat, but determined to make their place here. It’s 1853, and into Boston Harbor sails a sea-going Chinese junk, bearing magic, mysteries, and a firebrand named An-Ming. Find out more at www.deanwhitlock.com.

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