I am one lucky woman. My mom, The Bean, loves to spring for tickets to literary events --our deal: she gets tickets and I try to get the food --she usually wins the draw and reaches her wallet first. Together we've experienced wonderful authors including Diane Rehm and Maria Doria Russell, click the links to read our adventures. Recently she treated to "An Evening with Michael Moore" at Traverse City's State Theatre.
|Mike and Me|
Thank you Mike for posing "Books for Walls Project Style"
and thanks for taking the time to listen!
In our perfect world libraries don't have to wonder how to remain open, which books to buy, and what services to provide. In our perfect world the knowledge that gives Americans power would be available 24/7 to every citizen --any age, with or without an address. We are giddy to imagine that world.
“I realized that this was the big secret of democracy
-- that change can occur by starting off with just a
few people doing something.”
Now get out there and support your library,
donate a couple of books,
join the Friends of the Library...
use it or loose it!
Now for the FUN part:
We invested in two copies of (that's $10 to help the State Theatre!) one for our personal library and one for YOUR favorite library.
Would you like us to donate a signed, 1st edition to your library?
Drop us a line email@example.com, or post a comment, tell us about your favorite library --we'll collect the entries over the next couple of weeks and then The Sisters will pick one in a random drawing.
|This copy can belong to your library...|
- Interested in reading Here Comes Trouble? May we suggest borrowing a copy from your library, find it www.worldcat.org.
- Want to invest in your own 1st Edition, autographed copy? Check out one of these bookstores: Brilliant Books in Traverse City and Suttons Bay, Michigan --they offer free shipping!
Stop by again soon! We have all sorts of fun planned for December!