July 15, 2009 > Three authors to visit Milpitas Library
Three authors to visit Milpitas Library
Submitted By Melanie McInerney
The Milpitas Public Library is fortunate to present three different author programs in July.
On Wednesday, July 22, at 7:30 p.m., author Meg Waite Clayton will join the library's monthly book group to discuss her novel The Wednesday Sisters, a fictional chronicle of the year 1968 as seen through the eyes of a group of women who meet weekly in a Palo Alto park.
Then, author Ken Reed is interviewed by Community Librarian Linda Arbaugh on Thursday, July 23 at 7 p.m. about He Flew Too High, his suspense novel set in the Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Finally, San Francisco native Gail Tsukiyama, our featured author of this year's Adult Summer Reading Program, will speak on Monday, July 27 at 7 p.m. Ms. Tsukiyama is the bestselling author of six novels including The Samurai's Garden and her most recent book The Street of a Thousand Blossoms.
All three authors will be available to sign books after their program.
These programs are free and open to all, and are made possible in part by the Friends of the Milpitas Library. The Milpitas Public Library is located at 160 N. Main St., Milpitas.
For more information call the reference desk at (408) 262-1171 ext. 3616.