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Author Talk with Linda Sue Park

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Program Description

Event Description

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with us as we spotlight community voices.



Join us for our Author Talk with Award Winning author Linda Sue Park. Linda Sue Park is the author of many books for young readers, including the 2002 Newbery Medal winner A SINGLE SHARD and the NYTimes bestseller A LONG WALK TO WATER. Her works include PRAIRIE LOTUS, a historical fiction middle-grade novel; GURPLE & PREEN, a picture book illustrated by Debbie Ridpath Ohi; and her most recent novel THE ONE THING YOU’D SAVE, a collection of linked poems set in a classroom. The daughter of Korean immigrants, Linda Sue grew up in Illinois, and has traveled widely to promote books and reading.

Register to submit a question and join us on Facebook for a visit with Linda Sue Park as she discusses her new book The One Thing You’d Save.  

We will also announce how you can win a copy of her latest book.

Talk will be posted to Facebook for 30 day to enjoy anytime.

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