2020 Author Tour: October 4-7

Join Us Virtually at One of Six Stops in October

As part of our programming for the state’s largest reading and discussion program, 2020 One Maryland One Book author Lisa See will visit us virtually to discuss her book The Island of Sea Women.

All tour events are free. You must register to receive the virtual event link. Event registrants will be entered into a drawing to win a set of teas and snacks from Jeju Island.

Co-host Prince George’s County Memorial Library System
Sunday, October 4  │  7:00 p.m.

You can purchase a copy of Lisa See’s The Island of Sea Women from Loyalty Books.

Co-host Kent County Public Library
Monday, October 5 │ 7:00 p.m.

You can purchase a copy of Lisa See’s The Island of Sea Women from Curious Iguana.

Co-host Howard County Library System
Tuesday, October 6  │ 11:00 a.m.

You can purchase a copy of Lisa See’s The Island of Sea Women from Books With a Past.

Co-host Calvert Library
Tuesday, October 6  │  7:00 p.m.

You can purchase a copy of Lisa See’s The Island of Sea Women from White Rabbit Bookstore.

Co-host Harford County Public Library
Wednesday, October 7   │  2:00 p.m.

You can purchase a copy of Lisa See’s The Island of Sea Women from The Ivy Bookshop.

Co-hosts Carroll County Public Library, Frederick County Public Libraries, and Washington County Free Library
Wednesday, October 7  │  7:00 p.m.

You can purchase a copy of Lisa See’s The Island of Sea Women from one of the following bookstores: A Likely Story or Curious Iguana.

Additional local support for the tour is provided by A Likely Story bookstore, Calvert County Commission for Women, Calvert County League of Women Voters, Calvert County Public Schools, Caroline County Public Library, Carroll County Public Schools, Charles County Public Library, Community Mediation Center of Calvert County, Community Services of Harford County Government, Curious Iguana bookstore, Eastern Shore Regional Library, Frederick Community College, Friends and Foundation of Howard County Library System, Friends of Calvert Library, Friends of the Washington County Free Library, Howard County Poetry and Literature Society, Korean American Parents Association of Centennial High School, McDaniel College, Media Wise, Inc., Prince George’s Community College, Prince George’s County Human Relations Commission, Prince George’s County Memorial Library System Foundation, Queen Anne’s County Library, Southern Maryland Regional Library, St. Mary’s County Library, Talbot County Free Library, and Washington County LIT Chapter.

 

 

Author Tour supported in part by

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