Saturday, August 6, 2016
Third Place Books, upper level, Lake Forest Park Town Center, intersection of Bothell Way and Ballinger Way.
The coming week brings authors of books on meditation, stories of a Chinese Women's College, and a memoir of a love story that survived the Korean war and Alzheimer's.
How Was China?: Views and Vignettes from a Chinese Women's College
Tuesday, August 9th at 7pm
Dodie Johnston takes you on a foray back into the lively history of Hwa Nan College for Women and the people fatefully connected to this rare private college, illuminating the events that led to China's rise to power and affluence and sweeping Hwa Nan and its women along with it onto a new campus 100 years from its inception.
Together Through Korea and Alzheimer's (Two Cats Press)
Wednesday, August 10th at 7pm
A touching book that reveals the intimate relationship of a teenage love which triumphs over countless obstacles and lasts a lifetime. Excerpts from the 1950s love letters, written from Korea by Joyce Sorensen's late husband Dick, provide the foundation of this intimate memoir.
Camino Divina Walking the Divine Way:
A Book of Moving Meditations with Likely and Unlikely Saints
Saturday, August 13 at 6:30pm
Inspired by the ancient spiritual practices of lectio divina and walking meditation, camino divina helps you explore whole new worlds inside yourself as well as re-view the natural world around you by combining mindful walking, inspiring phrases and spiritual exercises.