Natalie's best friend, Zoe, is sure that the novel Natalie's written is good enough to be published. But how can a 12 year old girl publish a book? Natalie's mother is an editor for a big children's publisher, but Natalie doesn't want to ask for any favors.
Saturday, April 14 at 1pm - Shattuck Community Room - Free and open to the public.
Andrea Boeshaar is known for her historical and contemporary Christian romance fiction. Threads of Hope (2012), her latest book, follows the story of Kristin Eikaas, a young immigrant woman who comes to Wisconsin in 1848. Her stories with contemporary settings include Love Finds You in Miracle Kentucky (2009) and the collection Heartland Heroes (2010). She also writes inspirational non-fiction.
Friday, April 13 at 4pm - Shattuck Community Room - Free and open to the public.
Holly Harden is a writer for Garrison Keillor and his popular Saturday night Minnesota Public Radio program, A Prairie Home Companion. Each week, Harden draws on her years of living in Wisconsin and Minnesota to explore the patterns of small town life.
Friday, April 13 at 2pm - Shattuck Community Room - Free and open to the public.
Jerry Apps, born and raised on a Wisconsin farm, is Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the author of more than 35 books, many of them on rural history and country life. Jerry is a former publications editor for UW-Extension, an acquisitions editor for the McGraw-Hill Book Company, and editor of a national professional journal.