Spring Theme: Hispanic Heritage: Mothers, Sisters, and Daughters. Hispanics are one of the most rapidly growing ethnic groups in America, with a rich and diverse culture rooted in Mexico, the Caribbean, and South America. In this series, readers will discover writers who are helping to create a new and vibrant Latino literature in the United States. Their novels center on family ties, particularly the universal bonds between mother and daughter, grandmother and granddaughter, and among sisters. Readers will enjoy the unique styles, voices, and visions of these talented authors.
TALK is a program designed for those who enjoy reading and talking about books. The sessions are informal, and readers may share their ideas or simply sit back and enjoy the discussions. Ages/Grades: High school and Adults. Tonight's title: "Brand New Memory" by Elias Miguel Munoz @ Dorothy Bramlage Public Library, 230 @. 7th Street, Junction City