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Booklover's Blacktie Ball

Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. Rawlings Library
Enjoy the most elegant gala in Pueblo! Author Kathryn Stockett is the featured guest at this glamorous black-tie event. Gourmet dinner, live music and stunning views of Pueblo at night are just a few of the key features of this incredible evening.

Purchase tickets HERE.

Author Talk and Book Signing

Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013 (Doors open at 12 p.m. Book signing begins at 1 p.m.) Rawlings Library, 2nd floor Listen to best-selling author Kathryn Stockett will talk about her work on The Help. This event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required.

Register HERE.

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Call Maria Kramer
at 553-0207
or email her
for more details.

This year’s companion book for younger readers is an award winning story of a loving African-American family, living in the town of Flint, Mich. in 1963. When the oldest son begins to get into a bit of trouble, the parents decide he should spend some time with his strict grandmother (Mrs. Watson’s mother) in Birmingham, Ala. The entire family travels there together by car, and during their visit, tragic events take place that affect them collectively.
Although the Watson family is fictitious, the story incorporates and centers around the historically factual 196316th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, a critical catalyst of the American civil rights movement.
This book has earned Curtis a Newbery Honor, the Coretta Scott King Award and the Golden Kite Award.