*Zoom* FFAPL Tuesday Book Talk: "Green Grass" by Frances Rose reviewed by Angela Lewin
[For ages 18+] Angela Lewin, founder and president of Albany Behavioral Health Services, reviews Green Grass, by Frances Rose. Frances, who is originally from the Capital Region and now lives in Maine, will join in for Q&A.
The Friends & Foundation of Albany Public Library hosts regular book reviews, author talks, and special presentations on Tuesdays at noon. This will be our first Tuesday program after a winter pause. We will return to 1st and 3rd Tuesdays online until in-person programs at the Washington Avenue Branch resume. FFAPL Tuesday Book Talks are free and open to the public. Zoom room opens at 12 pm for socializing and announcements. Readings and talks begin at 12:15pm.
Come talk about books with the Friends!
- Tuesday, March 1, 2022
- 12:00pm - 1:15pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Green Grass tells the story of a family's trauma and a town's shame through the eyes of the narrator Anna. The story spans 1885 in the Deep South to Upstate, New York in 1927, retrospectively narrated by Anna in 1945. A story of loss and abuse, it is also a story of self-discovery.