Meet the Authors

. March 31, 2019.
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Presented by the Library Legacy Foundation, the Authors! Series for this month will not disappoint. First up is Heather Morris, author of the bestselling novel The Tattooist of Auschwitz, a heart wrenching account of Lale Sokolov, who was forced to work as a tattooist in the concentration camp. At the end of the month, attendees can meet Stacey Abrams when she discusses her book, Lead from the Outside, which is about leadership and how to make change in the world by understanding the challenges faced by people from all walks of life.

Heather Morris event is $20. Book not included.
5-7pm | Monday, April 15
Scott High School, 2400 Collingwood Blvd.

Stacey Abrams event is $25. Book included.
7pm | Sunday, April 28
Bowsher High School, 2200 Arlington Ave.
419-259-5200 | eventbrite.com

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