On Monday, Oct. 22, the Tama-Toledo Area Branch of the American Association of University Women will be hosting an open-to-the-public book talk at the Toledo Public Library at 6:30 p.m.
The featured book is a children's book called Zakery's Bridge.
It is a collection of children's stories about their immigration experiences. The authors will have a short slide presentation about the development of the book followed by a question and answer discussion. Books will be available to purchase and be signed by the authors Kay Smith and Carol Roh. There will be refreshments available as well.
Carol Roh Spaulding
Carol Roh Spaulding is a Professor of English at Drake University, where she teaches courses in writing and American literature.
She is the author of several award-winning short stories, including a Pushcart Prize, best story of the year in Ploughshares, the Glimmer Train Fiction Open, and the Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction.
She is the author of a novel-in-stories set in her native California titled Navelencia, and a new novel, Helen Button, about the author Gertrude Stein and her life in Central France during World War II.
Chronicle To Go Info:
WHAT:T-T?AAUW?Book Talk featuring Carol Roh Spaulding and Kay Smith
WHEN:?Monday, Oct. 22 - 6:30 p.m.
WHERE:?Toledo Public Library, 205 E. High
She is also co-author, with Kay Smith, of Zakery's Bridge: Children's Journeys From Around the World to Iowa (2011), and is at work on a new Iowa book, through a community press initiative, featuring the success stories of young Latinas in our state.