Join Curious Iguana at C. Burr Artz Library as we celebrate local author Kate Albus’ new middle-grade novel, Nothing Else But Miracles. Kate will talk about her hopeful World War II novel, answer questions, and sign books.
This event is presented in partnership with Frederick County Public Libraries. Free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase at the event.
About the book: Based on a very real place in old New York and steeped in the history of World War II, Nothing Else but Miracles is a warm and inviting story of resilience, the tight-knit community of the Lower East Side, and the miracles that await in unexpected places.
About the author: Kate Albus is the award-winning author of A Place to Hang the Moon, a JLG Gold Standard Selection, a Kids Indie Pick, an ALSC Notable Children’s Book, a CCBC Choice book, and an SCBWI Crystal Kite Award Winner. She grew up in New York and now lives with her family in rural Maryland, where an already-dangerous pile of reading material on her nightstand grows daily. Visit her at KateAlbus.com.
Twitter: @katealbus, @holidayhousebks.