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Sweet Reads Events For May and June, 2020 Saturday, May 2 at 1:00 Author Carmen Tribbett and Illustrator Katie Hunerdosse with the newest Monster Dog book. Tasse returns with her adventures and tidbits of life’s lessons. Katie will be entertaining us with her reading.
Saturday, May 9 at 1:00 Author Kiersten Hall has the accompanying book to her popular Jellybeans book. This is the coloring and activity book that will be the perfect gift for any child. Join us as we try some of the fun together! Saturday, May 23 at 1:00 Author Susan Joyce both fiction and non-fiction representing both areas of Susan’s life as a financial consultant! Rooked: Wall Street Never Saw It Coming features a Midwest financial guru who lands a job on Wall Street during the days leading up to the greatest global financial collapse of all time. Her Financial Security book is for women seeking financial security.
Saturday, May 30 at 1:00 Author Jeff Ollman follows a great successful line of thrillers and mysteries with his memoir called Impious: Thoughts on growing up atheist in a judeo christian culture. A work that has taken a lifetime to process and write may surprise and open your eyes to another lifestyle.
Saturday, June 13 at 1:00 Author Sherrie Hansen will entertain us with a travelogue presentation of her international trips to Ireland and Scotland and all that works into her newest series of books, Wildflowers of Ireland. We will be able to see glimpses of the best parts of the areas – where to stay, eat, and explore – and how they became part of Sherrie’s books. Saturday, June 20 at 1:00 Author Betty Passick has won the Indie “Notable 100” Book Award for 2019 for her latest book. Gangster in our Mist tells the neglected true story of an Italian man, Louie La Cava, who came to a small Midwestern town (her Iowa hometown) in the 1920s, where he remained off and on for the next sixty years. The story is told through FBI and police reports, newspaper accounts, and interviews with the town’s citizens who knew the gangster best.