Film, Video Great Reads from Great Places: Family

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Title
Great Reads from Great Places: Family
Summary
Great Reads from Great Places: Family features Sara Peté, co-manager of the Washington Center for the Book, in conversation with Aida Salazar, author of "Land of the Cranes" (chosen by the California Center for the Book); Ellen Hopkins, author of "Closer to Nowhere" (chosen by the Nevada Center for the Book); Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie, author of "Layla's Happiness" (chosen by the Rhode Island Center for the Book); NoNieqa Ramos, author of "Your Mama" (chosen by the Virginia Center for the Book); Christine Day, author of "The Sea in Winter" (chosen by the Washington Center for the Book); and Cathy Camper, author of "Ten Ways to Hear Snow" (chosen by the Wisconsin Center for the Book).
Event Date
September 17, 2021
Running Time
1 hours 4 minutes 17 seconds
Online Format
video
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