Author Louella Bryant joins us for our first Booked for Lunch program. She will discuss her new book, 'Cowboy Code'.
Fletcher Free Library's Booked For Lunch program returns with a lineup of inspiring authors and scholars on a variety of subjects.
Bring your lunch! We will provide drinks and dessert. All books are available at the library!
About Louella Bryant:
Ms. Bryant is the author of five highly acclaimed books and a picture book for young readers. She has taught at Spalding University, Middlebury College, the Young Writers Conference at Bread Loaf, the University of Vermont, and Castleton State College She has been awarded the 2002 Vermont-NEA Human & Civil Rights Award, the Lynn Stegner Kingdom Award in Short Fiction, Ralph Nading Hill Award for Short Story relating to Vermont, the Southwest Writers Award for Nonfiction, the Silver Bay Children’s Literature Award and many others.
About 'Cowboy Code':
Within the collar of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, WWII has just ended. Fourteen-year old Bobbie Gray has suffered a personal loss that drives her to find her own moral code to protect her from the brutality and injustice of the adult world she is about to enter.