Prairie Evers is finding that school is not all it it cracked up to be. She has always been homeschooled by her grandmother, learning about life while they ramble through the woods. But now, Prairie's family has moved north and she has to attend school, where her education is in a classroom and the behavior of her classmates is not very nice. The only good thing is meeting Ivy, her first true friend. Prairie wants to be good friend, even though she can be clueless at times. But when Ivy's world is about to fall apart and she needs a friend most, Prairie is right there for her,
Thursday, April 23, 2015, 4:00 PM Shattuck Community Room
B.J. Hollars is the author of nonfiction, fiction, and hybrid texts. His nonfiction work Opening the Doors: the Desegregation of the University of Alabama and the Fight for Civil Rights in Tuscaloosa recounts the little-known behind-the-scenes saga that embroiled a president, a governor, and a civil rights leader.
Join us for an awesome book talk with Neenah author Julie Mata!
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 7:00pm
Shattuck Community Room
Local Neenah writer Julie Mata is the author of Kate Walden Directs: Night of the Zombie Chickens, in which 12-year-old Kate dreams of becoming a big-time movie director. But her dreams turn into nightmares when she has to deal with high maintenance chickens and the desertion of her best friend. The second novel in the Kate Walden Directs line, called Bride of Slug Man, will be out in May, 2015.