I Love Ancestry Books! It's a great bookstore and community space!

I am grateful for the opportunity I had this weekend to meet with the brilliant, warm folks at Ancestry Books.  We spent an hour exploring the history of a great hero, our capacity to be leaders, and our artist talents.  Oh, and we had a mini-dance party.  If you live in the Twin Cities area hit up this bookstore.  You will feel comfort and inspiration.  You will be challenged to think new thoughts.  You will meet extraordinary people.

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Ancestry Books Here I Come!

I am so excited to share my book at Ancestry Books.  This amazing bookstore is a great addition to our community.  I hope to see you there!

Join us at Ancestry Books on June 21st from 1-2pm for an activity and special reading with Children’s Book author Sarah Warren from her book Dolores Huerta: Hero to Migrant Workers.
Dolores Huerta: A Hero to Migrant Workers is Minnesota native Sarah Warren’s first book. It was included in the Amelia Bloomer Project’s top ten list of recommended feminist literature. It was named a Jane Addams Children’s Book Award Honoree for effectively promoting the cause of peace, social justice, world community, and the equality of the sexes and all races as well as meeting conventional standards for excellence.

A Dream Come True!

At the Jane Addams Peace Association award ceremony I celebrated with Dolores Huerta: A Hero to Migrant Worker's editor Marilyn Brigham, and Illustrator Robert Casilla.  I met members of the association, some of the most inspiring and brilliant women in the world.  In the audience there were also some pretty impressive young people from the community.  Plus, my family came to cheer me on.  What a great day.

 

Robert and I sign books after the presentation.  

Robert and I sign books after the presentation.  

  Editor Marilyn Brigham, Illustrator Robert Casilla, and me!

 

Editor Marilyn Brigham, Illustrator Robert Casilla, and me!