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Just in time for Father's Day, on Saturday, June 19, the Barnes and Noble in Minneapolis will be holding its first in-person event since the pandemic was declared.
Minneapolis author Michael Keller will be signing copies of The Legend of Jet the Gerbil: Could Be the Greatest Gerbil Story Ever Told right outside the Minneapolis Barnes & Noble (3216 W Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55416) between 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
The Legend of Jet the Gerbil makes the perfect Father’s Day gift, as the story is about the powerful bond a father and his son have thanks to a shared adventure involving Keller’s childhood pet gerbil.
Everyone who purchases a copy of the book during the signing event will receive a $5 gift card to Rustica Bakery, which is right next door to the Barnes & Noble. Then, on Father’s Day dads can read The Legend of Jet the Gerbil to their kids and enjoy a tasty baked goods treat or coffee too.
Learn more about the book at Jetthegerbil.com.
As a two-time breast cancer survivor, a seasoned medical provider and a medical educator, Donna Sidwell DeGracia of Richfield, Minnesota has been asked to share her knowledge about one of the most feared diseases to afflict humanity countless times. So many, in fact, she decided to write a book.
Reconstructing Hope: Intrusions, Oxymorons & Transformations in the Breast Cancer Marathon has been very well received. In fact, the book just won national recognition. It has been named a finalist in the “Cancer” category of the National Indie Excellence Award (NIEA) contest.
According to the book award contest’s website, winners and finalists are determined on the basis of superior written matter coupled with excellent presentation in every facet of the final published product from cover to cover.
Reconstructing Hope: Intrusions, Oxymorons & Transformations in the Breast Cancer Marathon provides useful information to patients and families as they navigate treatment and survivorship. DeGracia uses stories, poetry, and examples from personal experience of survivors, families, and medical professionals to illustrate the human side of the disease and to provide information and hope in a practical and easy-to-read format.
More information is available on the author’s website: Donnasidewelldegracia.com.
As we emerge from the pandemic, a problem a lot of people share is what to do with the mounting papers in their homes, and the weekend of June 5th, Twin CIties residents were able to shred them for free.
Avidor Minnetonka and Avidor Edina, 55+ active adult communities in the West Metro, hosted free community shredding. events. Stories about the events appeared in both the Edina Sun Current and MN Sun Sailor newspapers.
Congratulations to Carol Dines, author of the short story collection, This Distance We Call Love. Her book releases in August 2021 and a box containing the first batch of books to roll off the presses just arrived.
Told through the voices of mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, children and friends, the stories take their title, This Distance We Call Love, from the interwoven themes of connection and disconnection. While some relationships fall apart, others remain entrenched in old patterns, grappling with notions of self and duty. Altogether, the 13 stories in the collection delve deep into our changing world, revealing how the internet, climate change, violence, illness, aging and work impact our families, marriages, and friendships.
A virtual launch event is planned for Aug. 4th. It will be hosted by Magers and Quinn in Minneapolis. Learn more about Carol's work at Caroldines.com.