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Barbara and Jim Wojcik of White Bear Lake, Minnesota led the Wadena County Historical Society's "Bookends Online Edition" Book Club event the morning of Feb. 12 via the website: Wadenacountryhistory.org. Here is a link to an article published in the Park Rapids Enterprise previewing the event, and another one in The Pioneer Journal.
Bud's Jacket, tells the story of Bud's six-month fight for survival after being shot down over Nazi-occupied France during World War II. Bud was Barbara's uncle, and she uncovered his story with the help of memorabilia he left behind.
In January, the Wojcik's led the Lunch & Learn event for the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center. Learn more about the book, or pick up your copy today at www.budsjacket.com.
Congratulations to Hudda Ibrahim on the release of her second children's book. Lula Wants to Wear A Badge is now being prominently displayed at her hometown bookstore: The Barnes and Noble in St. Cloud, Minnesota. It is right beside her other two titles: What Color is My Hijab? and From Somalia to Snow.
Lula Wants to Wear A Badge is the story of a little Muslim girl whose dream of becoming a police officer is crushed when the kids in her first grade class tell her she can't be one. Fortunately, some true heroes step in and save the day. A story about the book appeared in Star Tribune St. Cloud reporter jenny Berg's Jan. 17 newsletter, and another story is scheduled to publish on February 23 in the West Central Tribune, the community newspaper for Wilmar, Minnesota.
In addition to being available at the St. Cloud Barnes and Noble, the book can also be purchased on Amazon, and direct from the author via her website: HuddaIbrahim.com.
New York college professor Joni Schwartz and her daughter Rebecca Schwartz are on a mission to shed light on why racism is such a big problem in our society. Prof. Schwartz, who is white, adopted Rebecca, who is black, from Haiti when her daughter was nine years old.
While they don’t see race as an issue, a lot of people of course do. They are hoping by sharing their story they can change some minds. They will disuss the content of their book, Learning to Disclose: A Journey of Transracial Adoption, on WAMV-AM in Amherst, Virginia on Monday, Jan. 24 in the Noon hour.
Learn more about the book at JoniSchwartz.com.
A new novel that tackles some difficult topics involving relationships just hit the market in late January, and the Midwest Book Review just came in.
Reviewer Diane Donovan of Midwest Book Review calls Open by Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin author Marisa Dondlinger "a powerful saga of loss, recovery, growth, and transformation that will completely engross and involve any who have walked in Lila and Alex's shoes.
Open is the story of Lila and Alex. After their third child, a son, is stillborn, they are both devastated. Lila wants to quickly get pregnant again, but Alex, who is a doctor, decides to instead get a vasectomy. He fears another pregnancy could kill his wife.
After learning about her husband's decision, made without her knowledge, Lila withdraws. In an effort to get her attention, Alex proposes an open marriage, not realizing how devastating the consequences can be. Pick up your copy on Amazon or Barnes and Noble. Direct links can be found on the author's website: Marisaedondlinger.com.