Donut Chef Storytime
Don't Blame the Messenger
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The Arena Hub, 421 Arena Hub Plaza, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702
Lake Forest Park
Parents and kids alike will devour the delectable artwork in The Donut Chef by Bob Staake featuring geometrics in spun-sugar-smooth colors. A tasty tale with a less-is-more message.
Louis Hensel was born in 1817 and lived a life of travel and adventure, colorfully described in letters to his granddaughter published as My Life in America Before, During and After the Civil War. Translator Sigrid Wilshinsky joins us for a signing.
Author Lee Kronert has been a teacher for 31 years, working in the trenches and knows the reality of our education system. Though fiction, Don't Blame the Messenger addresses the explosive issues like school policy, State Dept of Ed and tenure.
The irresistible, ever-curious, and always best-selling Mary Roach returns with a new adventure to the invisible realm we carry around inside. Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal.
Murder on the Links welcomes back Hercule Poirot in this clever detective story featuring a plundered fortune, a scorned wife, a mistress, and an estranged son — there's no lack of suspects here.
Surprising, candid and wonderfully written, Jane Fonda's memoir My Life So Far is filled with insights into the personal struggles of a woman living a remarkable life.
A witty and engaging history of botany and gardening memoir from Ruth Kassinger, A Garden of Marvels Garden of Marvels is a journey of discovery that offers fresh and unexpected insights into the natural.
One of Charles Dickens' most personally resonant novels, Little Dorrit speaks across the centuries to the modern reader. This group chews on Dickens in small bites, the way it was meant; this month the group discusses book 2, chapters 27 through 29.
Bestselling new adult romance novelist Amy Gale signs her steamy, rockin' love story Blissful Tragedy which shows us sometimes love is more than tragedy or bliss. Amy's new novella Blissful Valentine will also be available!
One of Charles Dickens' most personally resonant novels, Little Dorrit speaks across the centuries to the modern reader. This group chews on Dickens in small bites, the way it was meant; this month the group discusses book 2, chapters 23 through 26.
Empowerment Coach Richard Perry signs The Change 5, the newest installment in the self-empowerment series published by Jim Britt and Jim Lutes. Authentic stories from coauthors worldwide offer extensive diversity of human experience and triumph.
Nobel laureate Erwin Schrdinger's What is Life? is one of the great science classics of the twentieth century. It was written for the layman but proved to be one of the spurs to the birth of molecular biology and the subsequent discovery of DNA.
Written from the 450s to the 420s BC in the Ionic dialect of classical Greek, The Histories of Herodotus serves as a record of the ancient traditions, politics, geography and clashes of cultures known at that time.
The Freach and Keen Murders weaves together the events of a devastating crime, the brutal murder of two teenage boys, and reminds us that even in the pleasant light of day, evil can and does exist and one must always be on guard.