Author Visit: Ellen Feldman

Ellen FeldmanAuthor Visit: Ellen Feldman

Friday, February 8 at 2 PM

in the Theater

Long Island/NYC author Ellen Feldman will be visiting the library for a book signing and discussion of her latest historical fiction novel, Next to Love (our January Afternoon Book Club selection).

Ellen Feldman is a 2009 Guggenheim Fellow and author of such titles as The Boy Who Loved Anne Frank, Lucy, Scottsboro and Next to Love.  Ms. Feldman also spends time as a book reviewer, as well as a lecturer, both nationally and internationally.  She currently at work on her next novel, The Unwitting.

Next to LoveNext to Love received ***Starred Reviews*** from both Booklist and Library Journal:

From Booklist: “The quiet devastation wrought by WWII on the lives of ordinary Americans forms the backbone of this haunting and profoundly moving novel that interweaves the stories of three small-town women …”

From Library Journal: “…A lustrous evocation of a stormy period in our past; highly recommended for lovers of World War II fiction …”

Copies of the book will be sold by

the Friends of the Library at the event.

For more information about Ellen Feldman,

visit the author’s official website.

Please be sure to also join us for our Afternoon Book Club on Tuesday, January 29 at 1:30 PM for a discussion of Next to Love by Ellen Feldman.  The discussion will be led by Jackie Ranaldo, Head of Readers’ Services.  All are welcome.  Please note: the author will not be present at the Book Club meeting.

- posted by Jackie, Readers’ Services

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