THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Wednesday Apr 4 NATE AND MARY KATE TATE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4; 7 PM @ The Greene NATE and MARY KATE TATE will discuss their book, Feeding the Dragon: A Culinary Travelogue Through China with Recipes. The brother and sister duo traveled through nine Chinese regions observing the lives...
  2. Thursday Apr 5 PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE! A MAGIC TREE HOUSE LIVE READING TOUR THURSDAY, APRIL 5; 6 PM @ The Greene (Line numbers beginning at 5 pm. Please show a books&co receipt for any Magic Tree House book to get a line number.) We will host the Passport to Adventure! A Magic...
  3. Thursday Apr 5 ROBERT OLMSTEAD THURSDAY, APRIL 5; 8 PM @ The Greene ROBERT OLMSTEAD, author of the award-winning Cold Black Horse and Far Bright Star, will introduce his newest novel, The Coldest Night, a moving tale of a love affair –as destructive as it...
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NATE AND MARY KATE TATE

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4; 7 PM @ The Greene

NATE and MARY KATE TATE will discuss their book, Feeding the Dragon: A Culinary Travelogue Through China with Recipes. The brother and sister duo traveled through nine Chinese regions observing the lives and customs of the people and experiencing their ethnic foods. Feeding the Dragon’s 100 recipes are presented alongside alternating first-person narratives and beautiful travel photos.

Feeding the Dragon is not an Americanized adulteration of classic Chinese cuisine, rather it is a journey through Chinese history, culture and food, sure to satisfy anyone craving authentic Chinese food and hungry for knowledge of one of the world’s largest empires.

The Tates will give a PowerPoint presentation of their journey through China.

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