THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Wednesday Jan 9 ERIC KAHN GALE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9; 7 PM Children’s author ERIC KAHN GALE will introduce his new novel, The Bully Book. His own experiences as a victim of bullying play a large part in the narrative. Having been severely bullied in school, Eric...
  2. Thursday Jan 10 BRANDON SANDERSON THURSDAY, JANUARY 10; 7 PM (Line numbers beginning at 6 pm. Please show your books&co receipt for A Memory of Light to get a line number.) BRANDON SANDERSON will introduce A Memory of Light, the final book in Robert Jordan’s...
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ERIC KAHN GALE

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9; 7 PM

Children’s author ERIC KAHN GALE will introduce his new novel, The Bully Book. His own experiences as a victim of bullying play a large part in the narrative. Having been severely bullied in school, Eric writes in a letter to his readers: “The Bully Book is an account of my life in elementary school through the lens of a mystery novel.”

His main character is also named Eric and this Eric doesn’t take his bullying situation lying down, but rather he searches for answers to the bullying phenomenon, making for a compelling and realistic look into bullying and its short term and long term effects on the lives of the victims. The novel is darkly humorous and offers insight and help for kids who are being bullied.

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