This Week at Bookworks Includes Merri Rudd, Elizabeth Galligan and More

Saturday, January 11
3pm • Merri Rudd • Life Planning in New Mexico
Guide to New Mexico law on powers of attorney, end of life issues and more.

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Sunday, January 12
3pm • Elizabeth Galligan Secrets of the Plumed Saint: A Tale of Intrigue from Northern New Mexico
When the long-cherished statue of the Santo Nino de Atocha disappears, village leaders decide to keep the news from the Church hierarchy for fear of reprisal. More »
Tuesday, January 14
7pm • John Kennedy A Good Trade and Coyote
Three generations of life and trading in and around Gallup. More »
Wednesday, January 15
7pm • Merimee Moffitt and Georgia Santa Maria Making Little Edens and Lichen Kisses
Albuquerque poets read from their work. More »
Thursday, January 16
7pm • Ruth Ozeki A Tale for the Time Being
Brilliant, unforgettable novel shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. A loney Japanese 16 year old conptemplates suicide but not until she has documented the life of her grandmother, a Buddhist nun. More »
Saturday, January 18
1pm • Carol Smith From the Heart
Albuquerque poet reads from her work. More »
3pm • Maxine Davenport Murder Times Two
Mystery with a female detective, set in Ada, Oklahoma, during the 1960s. More »
Monday, January 13
5pm • Vamos a Leer Book Club!

Vamos a Leer is a monthly book club that reads and discusses lieterature of Latin America. Interested teachers, students, and other readers are welcome to attend. This month we read Colibri by Ann Cameron. More »
Monday, January 13
4:30pm • Middle School Book Club!

Free and open to all middle school readers. More »
Tuesday, January 14
1:30pm • Our World Homeschool Co-op Book Club!

We will discuss Kathy Stinson's book, The Man with the Violin. Book club meetings involve discussion, crafts and a snack. More »
Wednesday, January 15
4:30pm • American Girl Book Club

Make a hat for your doll! We will have arts and crafts supplies so bring your ideas and creativiy. Base you hat on an American Girl Doll or design one you think she will look good in. More »
Thursday, January 16
10:30am • Story Time with Contessa Connie

We will read the book A Moose that Says Moo. More »
Saturday, January 18
10:30am • Penguin Awareness Day
Three cheers for penguins! Join us for family time at Bookworks. More » Saturday, February 1
5pm • Nick Turse •
Kill Anything that Moves
Violence against Vietnamese civilians was pervasive & systematic during the Vietnam War. More »
Tuesday, February 4
7pm • Dede Feldman Inside the New Mexico Senate: Boots, Suits & Citizens
Honest, informative look at our legislative body with all the diverse characters and various influences, conflicts, compromises and achievements. More » Friday, February 14
7pm • Sue Monk Kidd •
The Invention of Wings
Magnificent novel about two unforgettable American women by the author of The Secret Life of Bees. $5 tickets are good for $5 off the hardcover.Event will be held at The Albuquerque Academy in Simms Auditorium.
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Kaitlin Milligan Kaitlin Milligan is from Fort Lauderdale, FL, but is currently a Freshman studying English at The University of Florida. She has aspirations to be a playwright and television scriptwriter in New York City. In her free time she sings, writes, plays piano, and sees as many Broadway shows as possible.

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