There will be a discussion about the books.
Gretchel Hathaway talk and signing A Bonded Friendship: Moses and Eliphalet.
This is the true story of the friendship of Moses Viney, an escaped slave, and Eliphalet Nott, the President of Union College.
Tom Ryan, author of Following Atticus) will be talking about and signing copies of his new book Will's Red Coat.
A true story of acceptance, perseverance, and the possibility of love and redemption as evocative, charming, and powerful as the New York Times bestseller Following Atticus.
Teacher Night — previews of new titles and lots of freebies for the classroom.
RSVP by Friday Oct. 7, by calling the store 346-2719, or send an email to: email@example.com
RSVP by Oct. 9 by calling the store 346-2719.
Frankie Bailey will discuss and sign What the Fly Saw.
Frankie Bailey introduced readers to an exciting new protagonist in The Red Queen Dies, the first book in the Detective Hannah McCabe mystery series. Now in What the Fly Saw, Hannah and her partner Mike Baxter are back with an even more puzzling case.
In Albany, January 2020, the morning after a blizzard that shut down the city, funeral director Kevin Novak is found dead in the basement of his funeral home. The arrow sticking out of his chest came from his own hunting bow.
Don Liebich will be discussing and signing Fault Lines: The Layman’s Guide to Understanding America’s Role in the Ever-Changing Middle East.
Fault Lines is the story of one man’s journey to understanding America’s role in the Middle East. The book is written especially for those interested in understanding the often-convoluted history of American Middle East policy.
Spring Evening for Teachers
R.S.V.P. by Friday, March 20, 346-2719 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Luis Carlos Mantalvan will discuss and sign his book for adults, Until Tuesday: A Wounded Warrior & the Golden Retriever Who Saved Him.
This event is at the Schenectady County Public Library.
Luis Carlos Montalvan will discuss and sign his children’s picture book, Tuesday Tucks Me In: The Loyal Bond Between a Soldier & His Service Dog.
Schenectady native Elizabeth Rosner will discuss and sign her novel Electric City.
Rosner weaves the influence of Schenectady historical figures, Steinmetz, the Dutch settlers, and the Native Americans into a story set in the 1960’s.
She will also discuss and read from her new poetry book, Gravity, in which she shares her experiences as the daughter of holocaust survivors.
Don’t miss this fascinating author!
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