San Bernardino Public Library presents author Alice Eby Hall

Join us Saturday October 4, 2014 at the Norman F. Feldheym Public Library in San Bernardino for a book reading by local author Alice Eby Hall. This program will take place in Kellogg Room A at the Feldheym Central Library at 555 W. 6th Street in San Bernardino from 2:00-4:00 PM.
“Reunions” traces the friendships that develop among four diverse, independently thinking girls Adele, Cheryl, Lily and Sondra and how they draw strength and nonjudgmental empathy from one another as they share the traumatic incidents of child abuse they have endured. The book is about faith and how young minds think, develop, cope with and survive life’s atrocities and challenges.
Hall is a retired teacher who wrote in many genres before writing Christian fiction the past two years.
Hall has been writing since her first poem in fourth grade. Through the years, she has published numerous articles in various publications including Guideposts, Family Life, United Caprine News, Countryside, Dairy Goat Guide, and Dairy Goat Journal. Hall has taught in Southern California school districts including San Bernardino, Yucaipa, and Fontana. She has also taught courses at UCR, UC Davis, Cal Poly, and Crafton Hills College.
Hall has 21 books to her credit on subjects from raising goats and local history, to poetry. Her book The Cajon Pass, published in 2009, is available from Arcadia Publishing and Barnes & Noble. Devore: A Scrapbook took six years to write, but she was able to pull from her own and her husband’s personal experience. They have both lived in the Devore area since the 1940s.
The Inland Empire Branch of the National League of American Pen Women, a group of authors, artists and musicians, chose Hall as the branch’s 2002 NLAPW Woman of Achievement.
For more information on Alice Hall and her books, go to www.aliceebyhall.com
For more information on the presentation call the library at 909-381-8235 or visit www.sbpl.org

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