This Week at Bookworks Includes Paul O'Connor, Janet Page-Reeves and More

Below are a list of the events for this week at Bookworks. For more information on any of these events vists bkwrks.com/event.

Saturday, Aug 23
3pm • Bill Christy • The Dynasty of Laurence Burke
There is ample documented evidence of Laurence's character and published events to write a Biography of his life. This book however is a Historic Novel with Laurence Burke telling his own story.

Sunday, Aug 24
3pm • Paul O'Connor • Taos Portraits
The photographs in Taos Portraits capture 60 subjects in black and white.

Tuesday, Aug 26
7pm • Janet Page-Reeves • Women Redefining the Experience of Food Insecurity: Life on the Edge of the Table
Explore both the structural constraints that limit what and how much people eat, and the myriad of ways that women creatiely and strategically re-structure their oen fields of action in relation to food.

Wednesday, Aug 27
7pm • Sherri Burr • A Short & Happy Guide to Financial Well Being
Colorful characters explain money management in a simplified, yet humorous manner.

Thursday, Aug 28
7pm • Hampton Sides • Kingdom of Ice
In the late 19th century, people were obsessed by one of the last unmapped areas of the globe: the North Pole.

Saturday, Aug 30
3pm • Max Evans • 90th Birthday Bash
Booksworks and Rio Grande Books celebrate the 90th birthday of western writer Max Evans and the launch of a new anthology, Max Evans & A Few Friends, about him and his work.

Sunday, Aug 31
1pm • Jennifer Jacobson • Tarot Cards Reading
What do the cards say about your past and future? $10 for a 10-15 minute session.

For Kids

Saturday, Aug 23
10:30am • Stories on Saturday

Wednesday, Aug 27
4:30pm • Magic Treehouse Book Club

Thursday, Aug 28
10:30am • Story Time!

Saturday, Aug 30
10:30am • Bi-Lingual Story Time!

Looking Ahead

Saturday, Sept 6
11am • Brunch with Deborah Madison at the State Street Cafe 515 Slate St. NW • The New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone
Orginally published in 1997, Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone was both ahead of its time and an instant classic. It has endured as one of the world's most popular vegetarian cookbooks, winning both a James Beard Foundation award and the IACP Julia Child Cookbook of the Year Award. A single $75 ticket or a couples ticket for $110 includes meal and your choice of cookbook.

Sunday, Sept 7
3pm • Lisa Lenard-Cook • Dissonance
A Los Alamos piano teacher inherits the journals & scores of composer Hana Weissova and is mystified by this bequest.

Tuesday, Sept 16
7pm • Mark Tatulli • Desmond Puckett and the Mountains Full of Monsters
Desmond has been waiting his whole life for this day. It is the sixth-grade field trip to Crab Shell Pier, home to the world's most awesomely fantastic ride, and Desmond has one goal: to convince Tina Schimsky to ride it with him.

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